Eastern US faces flash flooding risk, warmer-than-average temperatures

A quiet forecast is in store for most of the country this week with the exception of parts of the Southeast, mid-South, Tennessee and the Ohio Valleys, where a stalled front will be the focus for showers and thunderstorms across the region.Read More

Ex-NFL player Louis Nix III's death leaves family with more questions than answers

The death of Louis Nix III, a former NFL defensive lineman and college football standout, left more questions than answers.Read More

Tom Brady more injured during 2020 season than some realize: report

Tom Brady was reportedly more hurt during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ run to Super Bowl LV than initially thought as he is expected to have offseason knee surgery.Read More

Padres' Tommy Pham opens up about October stabbing: 'I'm lucky'

San Diego Padres outfielder Tommy Pham admitted Sunday he was lucky to even be taking the field for the team after being stabbed outside a gentleman’s club in October.Read More

Sens. Cotton & Romney: Raise minimum wage, but not to $15 – our compromise bill protects workers, businesses

Americans deserve a raise, but a number of obstacles stand between our poorest workers and a bigger paycheck.  Read More

20VC: The Snapchat Memo: Lightspeed’s Jeremy Liew on The 4 Key Elements To Consider When Evaluating A Consumer Social Product, What is Good/Great/World Class For Retention, Usage and Downloads in Consumer Social Today & The Core Insight Development of Evan Spiegel’s That Has Changed Social Products

Jeremy Liew is a Partner @ Lightspeed Venture Partners, one of the leading firms of the last decade with a portfolio including the likes of Affirm, Snapchat (Snap), Mulesoft, Epic Games, Carta and more amazing companies. As for Jeremy, in the past he has led deals and sat on the boards of Snap, Affirm, Blockchain.com and The Honest Company to The post...

This Week: Construction data, Nordstrom earns, jobs report

… of U.S. construction spending Monday By The Associated … tally of U.S. construction spending Monday. Economists project … sustained weakness in nonresidential construction. With mortgage rates … parts of the economy. Construction spending, monthly percent change, … Read More

‘More Resilient Building Designs Needed’

… infrastructure under the Fiji National Building Code. “Post the severe tropical cyclones … , we are currently reviewing the building code and also relooking at policies … consent is easily given for construction of building which is also … Read More

180-Micron Fiber Cable Shapes The Fiber Optic Connectors Market

The Business Research Company’s Fiber Optic Connectors Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth And Change LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, March 1, 2021 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- New year, new updates! Our reports have been revised for market size, … Read More

Polestar expands to mid-America

By the end of 2022, the electric vehicle maker hopes to have 35 stores in the U.S. Read More

Dealer profits surge 48% to record in a ‘unique' 2020

The 2020 figure blew by the industry's previous profit record for the average store, recorded in 2015. Read More

In SPACs, dealers see viable option to go public

Franchised dealers are talking to their accountants, lawyers and other advisers about the possibility of going public via special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, which have exploded in number during the past year. Read More

Carvana to add prep centers to turn cars

Customer demand is outstripping its ability to prepare vehicles for sale fast enough. The used-vehicle retailers plans to add 10 inspection and reconditioning centers over the next two years to help. Read More

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 the one that afflicted Texas. Read More

Nissan's Saikawa praises ex-boss Ghosn during trial

In the trial of former Nissan executive Greg Kelly, ex-CEO Hiroto Saikawa said he thought Carlos Ghosn deserved his generous retirement packages. Read More

New-school solution for recruiting auto techs

While other dealerships struggle to find technicians, Magic Toyota in Edmonds, Wash., is training its own techs in-house, hiring a full-time professor to lead staff development efforts. Read More

Jaguar Redo, Part IV

Jaguar is about to undergo its fourth reinvention in five decades as owner Tata Group takes a second crack at shaking up a brand whose glorious past has rarely translated into a profitable present or sustainable future.Read More

Best not to use your Tesla like an F-150

While Ford was encouraging dealerships in Texas to loan out F-150s with built-in generators during recent power outages, some Tesla owners learned that using the battery in a similar fashion could result in an unexpected repair bill.Read More

OBITURARY: Lee Vincolese

The former auto dealer died Jan. 30 at age 90.Read More

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.Read More