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Jamie Butters joins Automotive News in new role of content officer

Jamie Butters has joined Automotive News in the new role of chief content officer. The move positions Butters to succeed Richard Johnson when he retires as editor of the weekly print edition on March 1, 2019.

Honda tests V2X technology at intersection in Marysville, Ohio

Last November, the city of Marysville, Ohio, mounted four cameras above the traffic lights at an nondescript intersection as part of a pilot project with Honda. Residents thought it was a way to trap them with speeding tickets.

Car dealers in Florida and Georgia rebuild after Hurricane Michael

Dealerships in several states were damaged after Hurricane Michael, but in terms of concentrated wreckage, Panama City, Fla. appears to be ground zero.

Why automakers let some outdated vehicles hang around

Automakers are usually all about what's new -- new product, new technology, new brand image. But they're also pragmatic businesses willing to milk profits out of vehicles overdue for a refresh.

Amid unease, dealers get clearest look yet at Ford's restructuring plan

Dealers got the clearest look to date at CEO Jim Hackett's restructuring plan. Executives vowed to freshen showrooms through shorter product development cycles.