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A123 to double lithium-ion battery capacity

A123 Systems LLC plans to double the manufacturing capacity at its three lithium-ion battery plants in a $200 million investment. ... Read More »

FTC to Host September Workshop in Washington, DC, to Examine Advertising for Over-the-Counter Homeopathic Products

The Federal Trade Commission will host a public workshop on Monday, September 21, 2015 in Washington, DC, to examine advertising for over-the-counter (OTC) homeopathic products.During the last few decades, the homeopathic drug industry in the United States has...

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FTC to Host September Workshop in Washington, DC, to Examine Advertising for Over-the-Counter Homeopathic Products

The Federal Trade Commission will host a public workshop on Monday, September 21, 2015 in Washington, DC, to examine advertising for over-the-counter (OTC) homeopathic products.During the last few decades, the homeopathic drug industry in the United States has...

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Volvo plant to build vehicles popular in U.S.

Volvo will focus production at its first U.S. plant on vehicles that sell best in the U.S., but not the XC-90 crossover. ... Read More »

GM helps dealers find trade-in prospects

General Motors is paying about half the cost for its dealers to try equity-mining software for a year. The voluntary program is the first time that GM has subsidized its dealers to use the software. ... Read More »

Getting schooled in the car dealership business

Zeigler Auto Group's effort to grow its dealership group and cultivate employees has evolved into an in-house training program, spawned a crop of managers and reduced employee turnover. ... Read More »

Automakers race to meet sizzling demand for performance vehicles

Despite ever-tightening emissions laws and fuel economy requirements, sales of high-performance models in the U.S. have outpaced global growth since the teeth of the recession in 2009. ... Read More »

Designers aim at China’s new generation

The brash design of Nissan's designed-for-China Lannia sedan, which even its chief engineer admits probably wouldn't fly elsewhere, represents a bid to win the coveted 20-something segment that soon could account for half the Chinese market. ... Read More »

UAW’s rich health care wears a bull’s-eye

The UAW may be forced to compromise on the rich health care benefits paid its members to secure other gains in the upcoming Detroit 3 contract talks. ... Read More »

California bends but doesn’t yield on ZEVs

Jaguar, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Subaru and Volvo may be small, but California won't spare them from putting electrified vehicles on the market. ... Read More »