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Europe recalls '08 lessons in virus fight

One big lesson from the 2008-09 financial crisis for auto leaders in today's emergency: Whatever you do, do it quickly.

Museum helps unite car lovers

The renowned Gilmore Car Museum in western Michigan will have its first-ever online car show April 11.

Off-lease tide faces uncertainty

An estimated 1.8 million lease customers in the U.S. are scheduled to turn in their cars from March to July. Putting them into new vehicles will be tough where states have bans on auto sales.

Congress should consider payroll subsidies

The $2 trillion dollar federal aid package will provide short-term relief, but payroll subsidies would provide more long-term support for the American work force.

Pandemic crimps CarMax expansion plans

The used-car giant was on a record pace until the coronavirus caused a dramatic decline.

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