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Former AN staffers to join journalism hall of fame

Edward Lapham spent 36 years at Automotive News in a variety of positions, including editor. Marjorie Sorge was the paper's first labor editor.

Is your dealership a great place to work?

For the 10th time, Automotive News is partnering with Best Companies Group to identify dealerships that have excelled in creating quality workplaces.

Bidirectional EVs could lend a hand in power crisis

Using two-way power, electric vehicles actually may help during a power crisis such as the one that afflicted Texas.

COVID-19 vaccines reaching auto plants, but challenges remain

Stellantis became the first automaker in the U.S. to begin vaccinating its hourly workers from COVID-19. But automakers have to deal with different rules in each state and help make sure workers even want the vaccine when it's available.

EV plans and some damn lies

President Biden's vow to create "1 million new jobs in the American automobile industry" is a questionable promise, given the current size of the industry workforce and the latest survey on consumer interest in EVs.