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The Two Most Important Ingredients of Success

The day after September 11th, I was watching television when an official came on air to comment about the economic crisis that was about to unfold when the stock market opened. “We know that when the market opens it is going to be very bad. We also know that some of the greatest fortunes in a generation will be made over the next few weeks by people who have faith in our economy.” Over the next few years, I started reading all sorts of stories in financial publications about various people who h...
Tags: Elon Musk, New York, Featured, Congress, California, Careers, Success, United States, Ford, Chrysler, East Coast, Warren Buffet, Harvard Law School, Lee Iacocca, Getting Ahead, Taking Action


Travel: A rookie’s guide to New York City

A couple finds the Empire State Building a perfect backdrop as they take in the view from the Top of the Rock observation deck located at Rockefeller Center. Photo by H. Lorren Au Jr., Contributing Photographer The Brooklyn Bridge, seen with the Manhattan skyline, has been an iconic New York City image. The suspension span is among the city’s most popular tourist attractions. More than 4,000 pedestrians and 3,100 cyclists cross the Brooklyn Bridge daily. (Photo by H. Lorren Au Jr., Contributi...
Tags: New York, New York City, John Lennon, Sport, Rock, Things To Do, Soccer, Brooklyn, United States, Chelsea, Queens, Mta, Broadway, Manhattan, Chrysler, William Shakespeare


Fiat Chrysler recalling nearly 900,000 vehicles for failing emission standards

Fiat Chrysler is voluntarily recalling 862,520 vehicles in the U.S. because they don’t meet the country’s emission standards. The Environmental Protection Agency says that the recall is the result of in-use emissions investigations it performed and in-use testing conducted by Fiat Chrysler as required by EPA regulations. The Environmental Protection Agency says the Fiat Chrysler recall is the result of in-use emissions investigations it performed and in-use testing conducted by Fiat Chrysler a...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chrysler, Epa, Environmental Protection Agency, Fiat Chrysler, Dodge Journey, Paul Sancya, Dodge Caliber


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to recall 860K U.S. vehicles over emissions issues

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will recall 862,520 cars in the United States because they don't meet emissions standards, the EPA has announced. The affected vehicles span model years 2011 to 2016. The post Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to recall 860K U.S. vehicles over emissions issues appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, United States, Recalls, Chrysler, Epa, Dodge, Emissions, Jeep, Fiat Chrysler, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles


Fiat Chrysler Recalls a Bevy of Models Following In-use Emissions Tests

It’s not just TTAC readers’ favorite crossover, the Dodge Journey, that’s under recall for emissions non-compliance — the same callback order impacts such vehicles as the first-generation Jeep Patriot and Compass, Dodge Caliber and Avenger, and Chrysler 200. Fiat Chrysler claims its voluntary recall of 862,520 vehicles in the U.S. isn’t a big deal, as the automaker […] The post Fiat Chrysler Recalls a Bevy of Models Following In-use Emissions Tests appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Recall, Fca, Autos, Chrysler, Epa, Emissions, Fiat Chrysler, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Dodge Journey, Dodge Caliber, Dodge Avenger, Chrysler 200, News Blog, Avenger, Jeep Patriot, Compass Dodge Caliber


Fiat Chrysler to recall more than 860,000 vehicles for emissions problems, EPA says

The EPA said Fiat Chrysler will need to replace catalytic converters on vehicles, including the Jeep Compass and Chrysler 200.            [Author: Detroit Free Press]
Tags: News, Chrysler, Epa, Fiat Chrysler, Detroit Free Press


Practicality Will Dictate Mitsubishi’s Foreseeable Future

Mitsubishi has quite the storied history, but for car lovers things don’t really kick off until the 1970s, when the company spun off Mitsubishi Motors from its Heavy Industries division. With help from Chrysler, the Japanese company managed a foothold in North America and started escalating volume. Before long, Mitsubishi was delivering economically minded vehicles to […] The post Practicality Will Dictate Mitsubishi’s Foreseeable Future appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Strategy, Editorials, Autos, Chrysler, Automotive Industry, North America, Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi Motors, Product Strategy, News Blog, Eclipse Cross, Lancer Evolution, Heavy Industries


FCA Fine Flying Solo, Equally Happy With Help

With Sergio Marchionne gone, most assumed Fiat Chrysler Automobiles would swiftly enact the late CEO’s plan to convince another automaker to partner with the company. Until recently, FCA was viewed as a dinosaur within the industry — limping along since its Fiat acquisition with a lineup of unpopular European imports and oversized American vehicles that couldn’t possibly endure […] The post FCA Fine Flying Solo, Equally Happy With Help appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Investments, Industry, Fca, Autos, Chrysler, Fiat, Automotive Industry, Mobility, Dodge, Auto Sales, Car Sales, Jeep, Fiat Chrysler, Sergio Marchionne, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Mike Manley


Report: Chrysler Pacifica Could Gain All-Wheel Drive in 2020

Toyota —er, Fiat Chrysler may add an all-wheel drive version of its Pacifica minivan next year, if a report out of the model’s hometown of Windsor, Ontario pans out. According to two named — and two unnamed — sources, the automaker wants to take a page from a certain Japanese company known for its hybrid […] The post Report: Chrysler Pacifica Could Gain All-Wheel Drive in 2020 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Fca, Autos, Chrysler, Toyota, Awd, Pacifica, Fiat Chrysler, Chrysler Pacifica, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, WINDSOR Ontario, News Blog, Minivans, Product Planning


Junkyard Find: 1991 Dodge Shadow Convertible

The Dodge Shadow and its Plymouth Sundance sibling were among the last members of the extended Chrysler K-car family to be built, sold from the 1987 through 1994 model years and replaced by the Neon after that. Millions were sold, but these cars are all but forgotten today. Chrysler built a handful of convertible Shadows, […] The post Junkyard Find: 1991 Dodge Shadow Convertible appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Autos, Chrysler, Dodge, North Carolina, Convertible, 1990s, Charlotte, 1991, Sundance, Shadow, Down On The Junkyard, Junkyard, Junkyard Find, Dodge Shadow, Plymouth Sundance, 1991 Dodge Shadow


One party rule is one party to skip

The stories come at us from every direction, relentlessly, 24/7/365, our newsfeeds bombarding us with scandals and catastrophes both natural and man-made, with obvious outrages demanding our immediate attention, as well as a steady stream of lesser or localized transgressions we just don’t have the bandwidth to absorb. In the last year, the Los Angeles City Council passed laws prohibiting any business performing work on President Trump’s “big beautiful wall” from gaining a contract with the city...
Tags: Congress, California, Opinion, Los Angeles, City, Reagan, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Chrysler, Capitol Hill, Lausd, Republican Party, City Council, Republican, Council


PE-backed Bestop buys BullRing

Bestop Inc, which is backed by Kinderhook Industries LLC, has acquired Texas-based BullRing, a provider of branded, tie-down anchors and ratchet straps for light-duty pickup trucks. No financial terms were disclosed. Monroe Moxness Berg PA served as legal counsel to Bestop on the transaction. PRESS RELEASE New York, NY – Bestop, Inc. (“Bestop” or the “Company”), a portfolio company of Kinderhook Industries, LLC (“Kinderhook”), announced today the acquisition of Bull Accessories, LLC (“BullRing”)...
Tags: Texas, Trends, M&a, Chrysler, John, UTV, PE, John Larson, Bestop, Kinderhook, Kinderhook Industries LLC, Tom Tuttle, Boerne TX, Kinderhook Industries, Bestop Inc, Consumer/Retail


'It's a ticking time bomb': A pilot for one of Amazon Air's contract airlines said the company overworked its pilots

Pilots for the airline Atlas Air, which operated an Amazon Air flight that crashed and killed all three of its occupants on Saturday, told Business Insider in the weeks before the crash that Atlas has a tendency of overworking its pilots. Thirteen pilots who work for airlines that Amazon Air contracts with have told Business Insider that their pay and benefits fall below industry standards. All but one of those pilots said that means pilots on Amazon Air flights tend to be less experienced. "I...
Tags: Amazon, Florida, Texas, US, Trends, UPS, Atlas, Usps, Chrysler, Miami, Ohio, Motherboard, Houston, Faa, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration


A Waymo employee reveals what it's like to create the unique voice of self-driving cars (GOOGL)

Priscilla Knox is head of Waymo's Rider Support team. Her job is to oversee a 24/7 operation that deals with the issues passengers might have as they begin to experience truly driverless vehicles. Knox is also involved with Women of Waymo, an employee group seeking to bring more women into leadership positions. Editor's note: Business Insider has been talking with Waymo employees from different parts of the company to learn more about their work. What we discovered were some of the coolest jo...
Tags: Google, Facebook, New York, Texas, US, San Francisco, Trends, Maine, Washington Dc, Arizona, Chrysler, Silicon Valley, Knox, Mountain View, Levi, John Krafcik


Trump's possible national-security tariffs on autos would be socialism at its worst. Here's why they're bad for America. (F, GM, FCAU, TSLA)

The Trump administration has investigated whether auto imports are a threat to national security. If they are, Trump could slap a 25% tariff on imported cars and car parts. The goal would theoretically be to bolster domestic automakers Ford, GM, FCA, and Tesla.  And that would be industrial socialism. The Trump Commerce Department has finished its review of whether imported cars and cars parts are a national security threat. The findings haven't yet been released, but the President now has 90...
Tags: Facebook, South Korea, Europe, Japan, US, America, Trends, General Motors, Tesla, Ford, Fca, Gm, Chrysler, Chevy, Trump, Ford GM


Tesla owners are more satisfied than any other auto brand's, according to Consumer Reports (TSLA)

Tesla customers are more satisfied than those of any other auto brand for the third consecutive year, according to Consumer Reports, which placed Tesla first on its 2019 list of auto brands ranked by owner satisfaction. Tesla received 89 out of 100 possible points for its owner satisfaction rating, which represents an average of all of an auto brand's models. Vehicle satisfaction scores are based on driving experience, value, comfort, styling, audio, and climate systems. Tesla customers are m...
Tags: Trends, Tesla, Porsche, Chrysler, Richard Branson, Consumer Reports, Genesis


Uber is suing to block New York's cap on new ride-hailing vehicles

Uber has sued New York City to block a cap on new ride-hailing vehicle licenses.  The company says it supports a living wage for drivers, but that the cap will not have the intended effect of fighting congestion.  Earlier this month, Lyft sued to block the implementation of a new minimum wage for drivers, saying the methodology unfairly favors Uber.  New York City's cap on new ride-hailing vehicles amounts to a "ban first, study later" approach, Uber argued in a lawsuit filed Friday in New Yo...
Tags: Lyft, Uber, New York, New York City, Trends, Manhattan, Chrysler, City Council, WNYC, New York State Supreme Court, Brian Lehrer, Limousine Commission, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio, Lehrer, Business Insider Uber, New York City Taxi


Tesla's VP of global recruiting is leaving the company — here are all the key names who have departed in recent months (TSLA)

Tesla is known for its high rate of executive turnover, and the past year has been no different. During a year in which the automaker faced production and delivery issues, investigations from the federal government, and questions about the decision-making of CEO Elon Musk, departures from senior employees have added yet another challenge.  Cindy Nicola, Tesla's vice president of global recruiting, is leaving the company, according to a source familiar with the matter. Tesla has seen a lot of ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, Trends, Linkedin, Tesla, Intel, Chrysler, Jaguar, Comcast Ventures, Western Europe, Nicola, Ahuja, Jeff Jones, Deepak Ahuja


Tesla's vice president of global recruiting is leaving the company (TSLA)

Cindy Nicola, Tesla's vice president of global recruiting, is leaving the company, according to a source familiar with the matter. A Tesla representative confirmed Nicola's departure and said this week is her last at the automaker. "I’ve loved every minute of my nearly four years at Tesla, including working side by side with such an amazing team on the most important mission of my lifetime," Nicola told Business Insider. Cindy Nicola, Tesla's vice president of global recruiting, is leaving th...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Elon Musk, Trends, Linkedin, Tesla, TSLA, Chrysler, Jaguar, Nicola, Deepak Ahuja, Cindy Nicola Tesla, Kevin Kassekert Tesla


Prices of Pickup Trucks Charge Into Luxury-Car Territory

Ford, GM and Chrysler have in recent years introduced trucks at price points well into luxury territory, offering plusher interiors, more powerful engines and premium options.
Tags: News, Free, US, Chrysler, Ford GM


FCA Paid $77 Million in Civil Penalties to Sell Cars People Actually Want to Buy

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles paid $77 million in U.S. civil penalties late last year due to its failure to adhere to 2016 model year fuel economy requirements. In December, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a report claiming the industry faced millions in fines from 2016 and that one manufacturer was expected to pay […] The post FCA Paid $77 Million in Civil Penalties to Sell Cars People Actually Want to Buy appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Government, Industry, Fca, Autos, Chrysler, Fiat, Dodge, Cafe, Fuel Economy, Jeep, Fiat Chrysler, Nhtsa, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, News Blog, Corporate Average Fuel Economy, Fuel Mandates


Hidden Streams: A Vampire Cult Classic, One of Brian De Palma’s Best, and a Horror Movie About a Dragon

(Welcome to Hidden Streams , a column focused on the best older movies available to stream on your favorite services, including Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and more.) In this edition of Hidden Streams, you’ll find plenty of golden (and not-so-golden) oldies to check out or revisit, including one of Brian De Palma’s best movies, an under-seen vampire classic, Larry Cohen’s wild dragon horror movie, and more – and nothing that was released after 1985. Ganja & Hess Now Streaming on Shu...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Movies, France, Features, Connecticut, Chrysler, Jesus, Spike Lee, Angela Lansbury, Alfred Hitchcock, Frank Capra, Tony Curtis, Brian De Palma, Tom, Cohen


A Bird investor explains why he thinks today's e-scooter rentals are like the original Ford Model T

The investment firm CRV invested in a later round of Bird than it usually does with startups.  But partner Saar Gur, who oversaw the investment, says it was worth paying a little more to avoid missing the boat. Gur says today's scooters will be akin to the Ford Model T when we look back in the future.  When CRV, a Massachusetts-based venture capital firm, invested in the scooter startup Bird, it was wildly different than many of its other investments. For one, Bird wasn't like anything else i...
Tags: New York, Massachusetts, US, Los Angeles, Trends, General Motors, Tesla, United States, Chrysler, Bird, Lime, Times Square, Ford Model T, CRV, Gur, Saar Gur


Police seek help in locating missing infant last seen in Culver City

CULVER CITY — Police searched Friday for a missing 6-month-old boy whose incarcerated parents’ last known address was a family shelter in Culver City. The Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services reported Jacsun Manson missing on Jan. 25, according to Culver City police Lt. Troy Dunlap. “Jacsun’s parents were recently arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department,” he said. “At the time of their arrest, the parents were not with Jacsun.” According to witnesses, the infant was l...
Tags: News, La, Sport, Soccer, DMV, Chrysler, Jackson, Local News, Hyde Park, Missing Persons, Los Angeles County, Owens, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles Police Department, Manson, Dunlap


John Dingell Jr., a House ‘bull’ who served the longest, dies at 92

John D. Dingell Jr., a powerful and tenacious Michigan Democrat who pushed landmark legislation, exposed corruption in government and became the longest-serving member of Congress in American history, died on Thursday. He was 92. His wife, Rep. Debbie Dingell, announced the death in a statement. Debbie Dingell, who won election to his seat after he announced his retirement in 2014, said this week that she was at home with John Dingell, whose health had been failing. Dingell (pronounced DING-gull...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington, Uncategorized, General Motors, Sport, Soccer, Obituaries, House, New York Times, Chrysler, Medicare, Michigan, John, Detroit, Eisenhower


Sorry, self-driving cars won't make your Uber ride any cheaper

Ride-hailing, on average, costs about $3 per mile currently.  Industry watchers are hopeful that self-driving cars can bring that down by removing the drivers.  However, low utilization rates and expensive software might make that tricky to make happen in reality. Automakers like GM and Ford are banking on the the assumption that if they can lower the cost per mile of self-driving taxis to $1 or less, demand will skyrocket. But a new analysis  in the Harvard Business Review suggests their mod...
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, Ford, Gm, Chrysler, Harvard Business Review, Dan Ammann, Ashley Nunes, Kristen Hernandez


Tesla rival Byton wants to 'disrupt the automotive world' with an enormous, 48-inch dashboard screen

The electric vehicle startup Byton is making cars designed for the age of autonomous driving, which means emphasizing interior features over performance specs like acceleration and horsepower. Central to Byton's strategy is a 48-inch display screen embedded in the dashboard of its first production vehicle, the M-Byte electric SUV. The screen's size and functionality raise questions about its potential to distract drivers. Byton wants to limit distractions by emphasizing touch-based controls, p...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, China, Trends, Tesla, Chrysler, Silicon Valley, Toyota, North America, Harley Davidson, Chung, Byton, Jeff Chung Byton


The United Airlines app has a new feature that could be a game-changer for delayed travelers (UAL)

United Airlines rolled a redesigned version of its smartphone app in January. The new app is designed to cater to frequent flyers and those who fly once or twice a year. One of the new features of the app provides detailed delay information to the traveler to allay anxiety.  In January, United Airlines rolled out a redesigned version of its smartphone app. The new app is designed to cater not only to the frequent flier but also to those who fly with United once a year, Linda Jojo, the airline...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, New York, US, Trends, Aer Lingus, Chrysler, Dublin, United, United Airlines, Business Insider, Jojo, UAL, Linda Jojo


Tesla's CFO is retiring — for the second time (TSLA)

Tesla's CFO announced his retirement on Wednesday. The announcement came on Tesla's Q4 earnings conference call with analysts. It's actually the second time Ahuja has retired. Tesla CFO Deepak Ahuja will retire in the next few months. The company made the announcement on the company's fourth quarter earnings conference call. The new CFO will be Zach Kirkhorn, a nine-year veteran of Tesla who has been serving as Tesla's vice-president of finance. Ahuja had actually already retired once, in 201...
Tags: Elon Musk, China, Trends, Tesla, TSLA, Chrysler, Harvard Business Review, Musk, Jason Wheeler, Ahuja, Deepak Ahuja, Zach Kirkhorn, Google Ahuja, Kirkhorn