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CNNMoney: From Detroit, a fix for smog-belching motorcyclesupdated: Fri Sep 03 2010 05:48:00

When Americans debate the impact of fuel emissions on the environment, they usually talk about cars and trucks. But what about smaller vehicles like motorcycles, scooters, lawnmowers and ATVs?

CNNMoney: GM to make electric motors in U.S.updated: Tue Jan 26 2010 03:56:00

General Motors announced Tuesday that it intends to become the first major automaker to design and manufacture electric motors for cars in the United States.

Business 2.0: Gentlemen, stop your enginesupdated: Fri Sep 15 2006 16:22:00

The Disruptor: EEStor

Fortune: The Birth of the Priusupdated: Fri Feb 24 2006 11:07:00

In late 1995, six months after Toyota decided to move forward with its revolutionary hybrid, the Prius, and two years before the car was supposed to go into production in Japan, the engineers worki...

Fortune: Toyota: The Birth of the Priusupdated: Tue Feb 21 2006 10:24:00

New York (FORTUNE Magazine) - In late 1995, six months after Toyota decided to move forward with its revolutionary hybrid, the Prius, and two years before the car was supposed to go into production in Japan, the engineers working on the project had a problem. A big problem.

Money Magazine: Motor Mouthupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

Q. I've been seeing TV ads where a couple of guys ask the Dodge pickup driver, "That thing got a Hemi in it?" So what exactly is a Hemi? And do I really want one?

Fortune: Welcome to the New Asbestos Scandal. For a quarter-century, companies have struggled with asbestos liability. Now, thanks to theupdated: Mon Sep 06 2004 00:01:00

Joe Rice is smokestack industry's new best friend. That's an unaccustomed role for Rice, since he is the co-leader of Motley Rice (formerly Ness Motley), the most feared asbestos/tobacco/mass-tor...

Fortune: Mission Impossible? Jurgen Dormann's job: to save ABB from itself.updated: Mon Nov 18 2002 00:01:00

Talk about a lousy start to a new job. On Oct. 21, barely six weeks after being named chief executive of ABB, the Switzerland-based electrical engineering giant, Jurgen Dormann was forced to issue ...

Fortune: Dirty Little Engines Get Cleaner For years two-strokes spewed blue smoke. Then the pollution police sent the manufacturers to thupdated: Mon May 13 2002 00:01:00

All history, it has been said, can be condensed to two words: "challenge" and "response." They determine the fate of mighty empires. They even apply to the everyday problem of air pollution from sm...

Fortune: GENTLEMEN, START YOUR ENGINE BEN ROSEN, 63, OF PERSONAL COMPUTER FAME, HAS TEAMED WITH HIS ROCKET SCIENTIST updated: Mon Sep 30 1996 00:01:00

One morning early in August, a fire truck, an ambulance, and a convoy of vehicles crammed with machinery, spare parts, and test instruments arrived at Willow Springs Race Track in the desert outsid...

Fortune: GARBAGE DISPOSAL: THE ONGOING WARupdated: Mon Dec 18 1989 00:01:00

The business of burning trash to create electricity still emits more than a few hot sparks. A new foreign player has taken over one of the six major U.S. firms in the business. Meanwhile, the Envir...

Fortune: WHAT A DIFFERENCE OWNER-BOSSES MAKE When they have big stakes, their companies can sizzle. Just look at the fast growers on the updated: Mon Apr 25 1988 00:01:00

LIKE POSITIONS on a professional baseball team, listings on the FORTUNE 500 are hard to win and tough to hang on to. Aggressive new talent is always pushing up from the farm clubs, itching for the ...

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