Instead of the usual plant closings and furloughs, Ford, GM and Chrysler are keeping the assembly lines rolling to meet strong demand.
The bailed-out carmaker's stock price would have to more than double by next year for Uncle Sam to profit. What are the odds?
In fact, a new study says it's thriving -- even among teens and 20-somethings. 'Hyper-locality' and community connections are among the reasons.
Nearly wrecked by the recession, the recreational vehicle industry is back on the road again, and long-term growth looks good.
Industry critics say responsible social drinkers would be penalized by a proposal to lower the legal limit.
The industrially useful marijuana relative has been banned for decades, but Colorado has opened the door to legal farming again.
The more efficient engines are headed to the booming Northeast Corridor line, whose growing ridership is also paying for them.
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