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CNNMoney: Toyota to export Camrys to South Korea - from U.S.updated: Mon Dec 05 2011 11:27:00

Toyota will soon begin exporting U.S.-built Camry sedans to South Korea, the automaker announced Monday.

CNNMoney: Toyota's future rides on the new Camryupdated: Mon Aug 22 2011 12:35:00

Toyota is expected to officially unveil a new version of America's best-selling car on Tuesday and the new Toyota Camry has a lot to carry, even before anyone's loaded the trunk.

CNNMoney: Hyundai, BMW star in new crash test ratingsupdated: Tue Oct 05 2010 13:45:00

The federal government unveiled the first round of crash test results Tuesday under new, more stringent testing designed to be simpler for car shoppers to understand.

Freed from prison after Toyota recallupdated: Mon Aug 09 2010 11:40:00

A man who spent three years in prison for a fatal car crash involving a Toyota is now a free man.

Man freed after fatal Toyota crash 'tried everything' to stop carupdated: Mon Aug 09 2010 11:40:00

A Minnesota man is grateful for his newfound freedom after three years in prison for a fatal car crash he says wasn't his fault. But Koua Fong Lee said on CNN's "American Morning" on Monday that he can't forget the tragic repercussions of the 2006 incident, which he says was caused by faulty Toyota brakes.

'Toyota defense' could reverse criminal convictionupdated: Tue Mar 02 2010 14:27:00

A man serving eight years for vehicular homicide because of a fatal crash involving his Toyota Camry is hoping for exoneration amid concerns over unintended acceleration in some of Toyota's vehicles.

Old Toyota crash gets new lookupdated: Tue Mar 02 2010 14:27:00

The case of a man serving jail time for vehicular homicide could get a new look in light of the Toyota recalls.

Car stuck? How to stopupdated: Fri Feb 19 2010 15:11:00

CNN's Brian Todd does a ride-along with an expert on how to stop your vehicle if the accelerator pedal becomes stuck.

CNNMoney: Surprise! Buying American still mattersupdated: Mon Oct 12 2009 08:28:00

Support the U.S. economy. Buy American. Tom Bowles: Toyota takeover yet to materialize in NASCARupdated: Thu Oct 08 2009 22:31:00

"The key to change ... is to let go of fear." -- Rosanne Cash

What your car says about youupdated: Fri Jul 24 2009 09:38:00

Since there have been cars, people have chosen their rides based on what their cars say about them. AOL Autos put a list of cars before automotive industry experts to capture their take on several popular cars.

Wallflower cars deserve another lookupdated: Fri Jun 20 2008 14:42:00

Popularity is one reason to choose something; a shirt, a new car, even someone to date. readers holding on to big SUVsupdated: Thu Jun 12 2008 11:00:00

iReporter James Holler is the first to admit that he drives a gas-guzzler -- in fact, he has two of them.

GM shutting 4 plantsupdated: Thu Jun 12 2008 11:00:00

CNN's Ali Velshi says gas prices are behind GM's decision to shutter four of its plants.

South Florida gas pricesupdated: Thu Jun 12 2008 11:00:00

A CNN iReporter shows gas prices in South Florida as he travels to a friend's house.

SUV owners keep on truckin' despite gas pricesupdated: Tue Jun 10 2008 08:14:00

Oil prices have some drivers looking for new rides, but some truck and sport-utility vehicle owners are remaining true to their gas guzzlers. They say, $4-a-gallon gas be damned; they need the space.

CNNMoney: The right way to buy a fuel sipperupdated: Thu Apr 03 2008 10:29:00

Sky-high gas prices bring fuel economy front and center when it comes to buying a new car. But if you're not careful, your bargain gas-sipper could wind up costing you a lot more in the long-run.

CNNMoney: Slow down a little, save a lot of gasupdated: Thu Mar 27 2008 11:33:00

With gas prices rising, gas-saving advice abounds: Drive more gently, don't carry extra stuff in your trunk, combine your shopping trips. Thomas Bowles: Winners and losers from Daytona Duelsupdated: Fri Feb 15 2008 08:12:00

After a busy Thursday down in Daytona, the 43-car field for the 500 is set following the two 150-mile qualifying Duels. With 53 cars battling for 43 spots within a complicated set of rules, it wasn't always easy to sort out the madness; so, SI picked apart all the happiness and devastation for you, following another wild Thursday at the Beach:

Reasons to buy a hybrid -- or notupdated: Wed Jan 30 2008 12:14:00

OK, it's official: Hybrid vehicles are definitely the wave of the future or at least one of them. With gas prices remaining over $3 a gallon and oil prices up around $100 a barrel, the need to save on fuel -- and fuel costs -- is clearly not just a passing trend. And, of course, concerns about air quality and global warming seem to mount every day.

CNNMoney: Detroit's 'new' idea: Cars Americans wantupdated: Mon Jan 14 2008 17:57:00

Detroit automakers are rediscovering cars.

CNNMoney: Tahoe Hybrid SUV named 'Green Car of Year'updated: Sun Nov 18 2007 22:04:00

The winner of this year's Green Car of the Year doesn't look a thing like the award's past winners. It's a full-sized SUV.

Expert: Head-turning hybrid has good performanceupdated: Wed Nov 07 2007 15:56:00

Some car companies just can't leave well enough alone. After all, if you have the best-selling car eight of the past nine years, have projections to sell 420,000 more next year and your new model has won just about every automotive award available, except the Indy 500 Milk Bottle, why would you place the engineering equivalent of a graffiti mustache on it?

Fortune: Déjà vu for GM: 2008 Chevy Malibuupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 13:01:00

It's 2006 and the new midsize car from General Motors arrives on the market with tremendous fanfare. Built on GM's global Epsilon platform, it is specifically designed as an import fighter, aimed at knocking Toyota and Camry off their perch. With stylish new sheet metal and a slick interior, it is billed as GM's best new passenger car in years. Reviewers are effusive in their praise; one raves: "The sedan is so overwhelmingly good it's a welcome check to import stalwarts from Honda to Hyundai."

CNNMoney: Toyota, Nissan recall mats, fuel tubesupdated: Wed Sep 26 2007 05:41:00

Toyota Motor Corp. says it will recall floor mats in 55,000 of its 2007 Lexus ES 350 and 2007 Camry models that, if not secured in place, could slip and get trapped under or over the accelerator. This could cause a car to accelerate even after the driver lifted his or her foot off the gas pedal.

CNNMoney: GM drops Camry, Accord test drive programupdated: Fri Aug 31 2007 00:51:00

General Motors has quietly dropped a marketing strategy it announced in May where it would bring other car makers' vehicles to its Chevrolet showrooms for customers to test against its redesigned 2008 Malibu

CNNMoney: An electric car for the common manupdated: Mon Aug 13 2007 04:43:00

If all goes according to plan, by 2009 you could be sticking it to Big Oil by driving an all electric, Chinese-made sedan for little more than the cost of a Camry.

Honda dropping Accord Hybridupdated: Tue Jun 05 2007 08:37:00

The new Honda Accord, which will go on sale in September, will not be available in a gasoline-electric hybrid version, according to a company spokesman.

GM dealers offer Toyota test drivesupdated: Fri May 25 2007 09:03:00

If you want to test drive a Toyota Camry or Honda Accord, starting next month you'll be able to do it at a Saturn dealership. General Motors is asking Saturn dealers to have one or more of the competing models in the showroom so customers can look at it, sit in it and drive it.

CNNMoney: The real truth about hybrid carsupdated: Thu May 24 2007 11:19:00

With the price of gasoline setting new records everyday, more and more people are turning to hybrid cars as a way to protect themselves against price increases at the pump. But are hybrids all they're cracked up to be? We'll tell you what you need to know.

CNNMoney: New York yellow cabs go greenupdated: Tue May 22 2007 06:27:00

The ubiquitous New York City yellow cab is going green.

CNNMoney: How to beat the high cost of gasolineupdated: Wed May 16 2007 11:09:00

Gasoline prices hit a record high for the third straight day Tuesday. The last time we saw prices climb this high was after Hurricane Katrina in September 2005.

Fortune: Why aren't Americans using less gas?updated: Wed May 09 2007 17:58:00

With the usual summer spike in gasoline prices coming sooner and moving faster than anyone expected, the subject of energy is on everyone's mind. Just this week, presidential candidate Barack Obama went to Detroit to bash the auto industry on mileage, and a Senate committee reported out a bill that would boost corporate fuel economy standards 40 percent in the next 13 years. CO2 emissions and dependence on foreign oil have replaced real estate and the stock market as the staples of online blogs and water cooler chats. A better tomorrow is far awayupdated: Wed Apr 25 2007 11:11:00

After years of hype, the Car of Tomorrow is now officially the Car That's Three Races Old. With more than 750 miles under its belt, it's quickly losing its new car status, but not its intrigue as fans, drivers and teams alike attempt to figure out what to make of the new design.

Toyota pushes Prius incentivesupdated: Wed Apr 04 2007 12:13:00

To combat increased production and more competition from other hybrid vehicles, including some of its own, Toyota has introduced a large incentive program on its popular Prius. Change of plansupdated: Tue Mar 27 2007 11:33:00

Setting expectations can be a fragile thing. Left unfulfilled, the sheer weight of their failure can lead to a pack of monkeys landing on the backs of everyone involved.

Best time to buy a hybrid car: Right nowupdated: Wed Mar 14 2007 09:15:00

If you're thinking of buying a hybrid car, this would be a good time to act on that impulse, according to a pricing and cost analysis by the automotive Web site

Fender benders can dent walletsupdated: Thu Mar 01 2007 06:39:00

A new series of low-speed crash tests shows that fender benders can be wallet busters. Under the microscopeupdated: Thu Feb 22 2007 14:44:00

Whenever you're the new kid in town, the last thing you want to do is ruffle any feathers your first day of school. At least, that's how I always approached it; you learn the ropes, you try and slither through unscathed and adjust in a brave new world in which you're trying to find your place.

Redesigned Toyota Highlander debutsupdated: Wed Feb 07 2007 09:41:00

Toyota unveiled the redesigned 2008 Toyota Highlander at the Chicago Auto Show Wednesday.

Camry wins 'Car of the Year'updated: Wed Nov 22 2006 08:17:00

The Toyota Camry, the nation's most popular car has now been rated as its best new model.

Hybrid vehicles top fuel economy ranksupdated: Tue Oct 17 2006 15:03:00

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released the 2007 Fuel Economy Guide on Tuesday.

Camry Hybrid: Save gas, get pat on backupdated: Mon Oct 02 2006 09:24:00

It would be interesting if all cars, when you arrived home and pulled out the key, told you exactly what they thought of your driving. ("Hey, were you trying to get me totaled back there?") The Camry Hybrid won't insult you, no matter how badly you drive, but it will let you know if your driving was "Excellent!" in terms of maximizing your fuel efficiency.

Little big carsupdated: Wed Aug 23 2006 15:35:00

The most important fuel-saving technology in new cars may be empty space.

CNNMoney: Lincoln Zephyr sub-par in crash testupdated: Fri Aug 04 2006 10:05:00

The redesigned 2007 Toyota Camry earned the top score of "Good" in side and front crash tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway safety.

Fortune: SUVs are out. So what's hot now? SUVs.updated: Fri Jul 21 2006 15:52:00

Ten years ago this month, Fortune published a story I wrote headlined "Death of the Sport Utility Foretold." In it, I argued that crossover SUVs (which we called "SUV Lites" at the time) would eventually replace conventional truck-based ones because they are lighter, cheaper, and more entertaining to drive.

Fortune: Leading indicatorsupdated: Fri Jul 07 2006 10:36:00

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Fortune: Speaking the wrong languageupdated: Thu Apr 27 2006 09:23:00

Flip on Univision or Telemundo on any given night, and in between the melodramatic telenovelas and campy talk shows, you'll see the biggest consumer brands in the world pitching their products in Spanish. It would seem every major company, from car makers to fast food franchises, is trying to reach the nation's fast-growing Hispanic population, now more than 40 million strong.

CNNMoney: Gas Pains: Cutting back and speaking outupdated: Wed Apr 12 2006 11:50:00

There's been no let-up to rising gas prices, which have shot up 25 cents per gallon over the past two weeks, to a national average of $2.91.

FSB: A look at the 2007 Toyota Camryupdated: Thu Apr 06 2006 16:51:00

I quickly felt at home in the new Camry, although the faintheartedness of that sentiment may induce apoplexy in those perfectionists at Toyota.

FSB: Boomers or Bustupdated: Sat Apr 01 2006 00:01:00

It takes me only a few minutes to figure out whether I'm comfortable in a new car. Sure, familiarity helps, but so do good ergonomics, intuitive controls, fine materials, and accommodating seats. T...

CNNMoney: Deterring car thievesupdated: Fri Mar 10 2006 12:57:00

Buying a car is one of the biggest investments you can make. People today spend $30, $40 or $50 thousand dollars on their set of wheels.

Money Magazine: New cars strive for bolder looksupdated: Fri Jan 13 2006 15:15:00

For today's automakers, it's what's on the outside that counts.

New Camry unveiledupdated: Tue Jan 10 2006 08:13:00

Toyota unveiled the latest version of its chart-topper, the Camry at the Detroit Auto Show.

Ford unveils Edge, new 'crossover' SUVupdated: Fri Jan 06 2006 14:00:00

America's love affair with SUVs is not over. It's just changing shape. Now, the increasingly hot vehicle is the crossover.

Money Magazine: Fuel-Smart Ridesupdated: Mon Dec 12 2005 16:39:00

in gas, that will equal roughly $5,000 in five years--enough for a nice down payment on a car for your kid. ...

CNNMoney: Most-stolen carsupdated: Tue Nov 08 2005 09:19:00

The 1995 Honda Civic was the most-stolen car during 2004, according to statistics from the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

Money Magazine: Fuel-Smart Ridesupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 00:01:00

If you're planning on buying a car in the new world of $3-a-gallon gas, fuel economy has probably gone from nice option to deciding factor. Do the math: If you can save, say, around $1,000 a year i...

Business 2.0: Hybrids Go Mainstreamupdated: Thu Sep 01 2005 00:01:00

Though they've clearly been a hit with coastal early adopters, hybrid cars have yet to seep deeply into the consciousness of Middle America. But that's likely to change this month when both Honda a...

CNNMoney: Insurance tips for young driversupdated: Wed Jul 13 2005 15:43:00

Cruising down the highway is more than just a summer ritual, it can be a hazard too. The National Highway Safety Administration says summer is one of the most dangerous times of the year for young drivers.

Money Magazine: Savvy consumer movesupdated: Tue Jun 07 2005 10:18:00

Being a savvy consumer isn't easy these days. Here we have thirteen great ideas to get you started. One thing to keep in mind is that bargaining never goes out of style.

CNNMoney: Camry goes hybridupdated: Tue May 17 2005 06:06:00

Toyota Motor Corp., the leader in sales of hybrid gas-electric vehicles, announced a hybrid version of its Camry sedan Tuesday, the best-selling U.S. car model.

CNNMoney: VW Jetta gets top crash ratingupdated: Mon Apr 25 2005 06:50:00

The 2005 Volkswagen Jetta received the best score ever in a side-impact crash test performed by an insurance group.

FSB: Fresh Air Fun Three new convertibles for the summer, all starting around $25,000.updated: Thu Jul 01 2004 00:01:00

It's time I talked with my 19-year-old son about the facts of life. He'd like to trade in our family SUV for a convertible. He's thinking about long drives on scenic highways with pretty girls, whi...

CNNMoney: Is a hybrid right for you?updated: Mon Jun 21 2004 10:14:00

High-rolling exotic car aficionados are familiar the idea of months-long waiting lists for new models. Now gas-sippers are joining the rubber-scorchers as waiting lists for the Toyota Prius keep getting longer.

CNNMoney: Saturn tops car theft listupdated: Tue May 25 2004 08:49:00

Auto thieves stole one of every 200 1995 Saturn SLs on the road last year, according to a report by the insurance technology firm CCC Information Services, making that car the nation's most-stolen vehicle.

Business 2.0: Sins of Commission Performance-based pay isn't just for CEOs and salespeople anymore. But short-term rewards updated: Sat May 01 2004 00:01:00

One recent Sunday afternoon, my wife and I arrived at Putnam Toyota in Burlingame, Calif., to test-drive a Camry. When we told the salesperson we were deciding between that and a few other cars, he...

Midsize sedans fail SUV side-impact testupdated: Sun Apr 18 2004 20:00:00

Ten models of midsize sedans received a failing grade in a test simulating a side-impact crash with an SUV or pickup, according to results released Sunday by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

CNNMoney: Most cars "Poor" in new side crash testsupdated: Thu Apr 15 2004 15:30:00

Of 13 midsized cars subjected to an insurance research agency's tough new side-impact crash test, only two protected occupants well enough to earn a "Good" rating.

CNNMoney: Crash tests: family sedansupdated: Fri Apr 02 2004 09:45:00

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released crash test results for 2004 model-year four-door sedans. While most vehicles protected their crash-test dummy occupants relatively well, those with side airbags outperformed those without, taking the top spots in most categories.

Fortune: Toyota's Global Body Shop The Japanese automaker is putting the final touches on a new strategy: being able to build almost anytupdated: Mon Feb 09 2004 00:01:00

Other carmakers can only shiver. In a sweeping multibillion-dollar program, Toyota is integrating its assembly plants around the world into a single giant organism that will enable the company to s...

FSB: Cars For The Kids Two new models offer first-time fun--maybe too much fun.updated: Mon Dec 01 2003 00:01:00

Beaters. That's what my brother and I called the cars my father bought us when we were teenagers. They were older cars that would stand up to the scrapes we'd inflict before we learned to judge whe...

Money Magazine: The New Green Machines The next generation of eco-friendly hybrids is around the corner--and heading for the mainstreamupdated: Tue Jul 01 2003 00:01:00

Americans are all in favor of saving fuel, as well as the planet. And we're fascinated with gee-whiz hybrid cars like the Toyota Prius that pair electric and gasoline power to boost mileage and cut...

Money Magazine: The new green carsupdated: Wed Jun 25 2003 16:55:00

Americans are all in favor of saving fuel, as well as the planet. And we're fascinated with gee-whiz hybrid cars like the Toyota Prius that pair electric and gasoline power to boost mileage and cut emissions. Just don't ask us to pay much extra for either benefit. Or to trade SUVs for a dawdling economy car.

Money Magazine: Reinventing the Family Car A new generation of sedans offers up power, speed and even some sex appeal.updated: Sun Dec 01 2002 00:01:00

Automakers have been so busy minting money from ever-pricier SUVs that many have taken the sedan buyer for granted. The imagination--even sheer chutzpah--that's come to characterize truck design ha...

Money Magazine: Reinventing the family carupdated: Tue Nov 26 2002 10:47:00

Automakers have been so busy minting money from ever-pricier SUVs that many have taken the sedan buyer for granted. The imagination -- even sheer chutzpah -- that's come to characterize truck design has been lacking in cars, especially the trusty family four-door. Designers got hung up on chasing the sedan-market rulers, the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry.


And you thought great car deals would vanish a few weeks after the "Keep America Rolling" TV ads went off the air. Not so. Desperate measures on the part of car dealers anxious to clinch any sale m...

Money Magazine: Best Family Sedan: Toyota Camryupdated: Thu Feb 14 2002 10:43:00

Though I've never been a big fan of this unglamorous but comfortable and reliable group of sedans, I can't help but appreciate Toyota's many improvements to the 2002 Camry. The new, lower front end, bulging front fenders and indented hood help move it beyond the anonymous look of the previous generation. Handling is crisper, more responsive.

Money Magazine: The New Used Car Why it's now a great time to buy the slightly used car of your dreamsupdated: Sat Dec 01 2001 00:01:00

Just as times change, so do cliches, and the answer to the old question, "Would you buy a used car from this man?" is fast becoming, "Sure, why not?" A huge number of attractive two- and three-year...

Fortune: America's Sweetheartupdated: Mon Nov 26 2001 00:01:00

The cost of perfection in personal transportation is $29,173. That was the sticker price of the new 2002 Toyota Camry SE that I drove over a recent weekend. Sure, there were some things I didn't li...

Money Magazine: With Hybrid Cars, Less Gas And Less Taxupdated: Sat Sep 01 2001 00:01:00

With a $19,995 sticker price, the Toyota Prius, one of two hybrid cars now on the market, may not seem like a bargain. (A Toyota Corolla of a similar size lists for only $12,983.) But tax incentive...

Money Magazine: Kicking the Tires Taking a thorough test drive before you buy a new car isn't just smart, it's essential.updated: Sun Apr 01 2001 00:01:00

Even though I write about cars for a living, I'd never buy a new one without test-driving it first. Yet many people do--and it's a big mistake. It's essential to get behind the wheel for a tryout. ...

Money Magazine: Best Cars Now 2001 It's a great time to buy a new car. Automakers are unveiling plenty of new models and updated: Thu Mar 01 2001 00:01:00

In Hollywood, it's Oscar season. On my calendar, it's time for another set of awards--my annual honors for the best cars of the year, for the shining stars on wheels. And this year, I'm more glad t...

Fortune: Sedans Head for the Big Body Shop in the Skyupdated: Mon Feb 05 2001 00:01:00

Say goodbye to another cherished American institution: the four-door sedan. Once one of the most durable automotive concepts, it reached its apogee in the 1950s, when your parents, or maybe your gr...

FSB: Meet Mr. Penny Pincher This sage on money matters wants small business owners to get real and focus on their updated: Wed Nov 01 2000 00:01:00

When it comes to money matters, Jonathan Pond is America's poster boy. From his media pulpit--programs such as NBC's Today show and regular gigs on public television--this 55-year-old certified pub...

Fortune: He's Preaching The Power Of Thrift This sage on money matters wants small-business owners to focus on their updated: Mon Oct 30 2000 00:01:00

From his media pulpit--such as regular gigs on public television--Jonathan Pond, a certified public accountant turned financial planner, preaches the gospel of how hard-working stiffs (including sm...

Money Magazine: In the Driver's Seat With automakers battling for business--and the Web emerging as a powerful ally--car updated: Wed Mar 01 2000 00:01:00

What the new century will bring drivers--computer guidance systems, crash avoidance technology, electric power--is little more than conjecture. Yet one thing is certain: This century is starting of...

Money Magazine: The Bottom Line The key numbers you need to know to get the lowest price on a 2000 car, SUV, minivan or pickupupdated: Wed Mar 01 2000 00:01:00

The best deals go to those with with best information. That's the reasoning behind our ninth annual car buyer's guide, which provides financial and safety data for 398 of the most popular 2000 cars...

Fortune: Detroit Saves the Day JUST WHEN THINGS WERE LOOKING GRIMupdated: Mon Dec 07 1998 00:01:00

When the global financial panic struck in August, New Yorkers quickly felt the pain. As deals collapsed, investment bankers saw their year-end bonuses vaporize, and corporate lawyers began writing ...

Money Magazine: What to Make of the '99 Car Market Here's the inside track on America's three top sellers.updated: Tue Dec 01 1998 00:01:00

The 1999 car buying season opened in October to rave reviews: This year's models sport both widespread price cuts and unusually large rebates, and hard-bargaining buyers have helped make new cars t...

Money Magazine: Stay Off His Lot! THE NEW WAY TO BUY AN OLD CARupdated: Mon Jun 01 1998 00:01:00

Used car. The image isn't a pretty one. Slippery dealers in bad suits. Cream puffs that turn into lemons. The sense of helplessness that comes with not knowing how much you're being ripped off on w...

Money Magazine: Sticker Shock! For the first time in 20 years, prices are falling--yes, falling. Here's how to get the best deals updated: Sun Mar 01 1998 00:01:00

When Ray Adams of suburban Denver decided to retire his 17-year-old subcompact, he went to the local Nissan dealership expecting to settle for a used car. Then he discovered that he could buy a bra...

Fortune: AUTOMOTIVE OVERCAPACITY? IT'S NOT A PROBLEMupdated: Mon Dec 29 1997 00:01:00

Want something to worry about besides the year-2000 effect on the world's computers? Try wringing your hands about overcapacity. The New York Times recently fingered it as capable of causing the de...


With the end of the century drawing ever closer, we are already being inundated by contests and stunts to determine the most important whatever of the past 100 years. Among the competitions already...

Money Magazine: MONEY'S THIRD ANNUAL CAR BUYER'S GUIDE Our cost ratings of 546 new cars and trucks can put you in the driver's seat of a great dupdated: Tue Mar 01 1994 00:01:00

If your urge for a new car is surging as spring nears, take a close look at the information on the next 12 pages. MONEY's 1994 Car Buyer's Guide is designed to help you keep your focus where you wa...

Fortune: THE NEW ERA ARE YOU AS GOOD AS THE BEST IN THE WORLD? That's the unforgiving test when almost any company can enter almost any mupdated: Mon Dec 13 1993 00:01:00

SOMETIMES a simple question can direct a whole era's business agenda. Management guru Peter Drucker blew executives' minds in the 1970s by asking, ''If you weren't already in this business, would y...

Money Magazine: CORRECTIONS updated: Wed Sep 01 1993 00:01:00

June's retirement cover story incorrectly reported that you can contribute a tax-deductible 20% of net income, up to $30,000, to a simplified employee pension (SEP). Contributions can be 15% of net...

Money Magazine: Life insurance discounts; advice for new-home buyers; checking on your water; three helpful how-to videos FOUR WAYS YOU CAN DRIVupdated: Thu Jul 01 1993 00:01:00

Automobile sales are revving up as we approach the peak of the car-buying season. Through mid-May, sales were up 11.6% compared with the same period a year earlier -- even though prices are also ri...

Fortune: A FLASHING YELLOW FOR CAR SALESupdated: Mon Sep 23 1991 00:01:00

Here comes the auto recovery. But vro-ooo-om! vroom! is more likely to be putt-putt. Car sales are out of reverse and into first, but they can't seem to shift into second gear. At Pryority Motors, ...

Fortune: DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR CAR WAS MADE? To save its builder millions in possible fines, that big ''American'' sedan may really be aupdated: Mon Jun 17 1991 00:01:00

SORTING OUT imported cars from the domestic variety used to be simple. The domestics were made-in-Michigan monsters, the imports were those funny-looking little things that arrived on the boat from...

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