Gabrielle Coppola

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Car Prices Are Starting To Ease As Pandemic Supply-Chain Issues Fade


The annual pace of new-car sales likely rose to 15.6 million in June, from 13 million a year ago.

Ex-NBA Star Risks Billions For Failing To Diversify Executive Ranks


The Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council stripped Vinnie Johnson's auto supply company of its “minority” status.

U.S. Holiday Sales Are Booming, Just Not In Stores

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Online retail is setting records as brick-and-mortar stores languish.

Peter Thiel-Backed Start-Up Luminar To Go Public In $3.4 Billion Merger

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Luminar is a driverless car start-up and is going public via a merger with Gores Metropoulos.

Mercedes-Benz Pulls Well Ahead Of BMW In U.S. Luxury Car Sales


Six-month sales at Daimler AG’s luxury brand fell 14%, or half that of BMW’s 28% plunge.

Porsche's $3,100-A-Month Subscriptions Spreading To More Cities


Automakers are dangling subscriptions to try to reach younger consumers accustomed to streaming movies on Netflix.

Surging Auto Loans Help Fuel Rise In American Household Debt


More than one-third of American households now have an outstanding auto loan.

BMW's Behemoth SUV Helps Extend U.S. Sales Lead Over Mercedes


The new X7 sport utility vehicle is helping the German automaker pull further ahead on the sales charts.

Some Stolen Mercedes Cars Missing In Chicago Rental Fraud

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About 100 of the cars have gone missing, according to city police.

Porsche's Electric Pitch: This Car Will Recharge Super Fast


Charging times will be a key selling point for consumers to overcome their fear of being stranded with a dead battery.

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