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The Rearview Mirror: The First Jaguar

It’s a company that’s been known by any number of names. It was founded as the Swallow Sidecar Co., before becoming Swallow Sidecar &...

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Top 5 the biggest casinos in the US

The US is famous for its gambling industry, gambling culture and large number of casinos. Las Vegas casinos are its main attraction, which has...

IGY: The Year We All Got Along

If you are a Steely Dan fan, you might know the Donald Fagan song, “IGY.” In it, Fagan sings about a rosy future with...

The History of Supply Chain Management! (Infographic)

Over the last 100 plus years of the history of SCM (Supply Chain Management) has evolved from an initial focus on improving relatively simple,...

The Rearview Mirror: Ford’s Other Pony Car — the Pinto

Ford certainly likes its steeds. The Ford Mustang not only created a new class of car, it remains with us to this day. And...

After Long Hiatus, NAIAS Struggles in Return, But Organizers Optimistic about Future

Pony car fans weren’t the only ones jumping for joy when Ford Motor Co. pulled the wraps off the 2024 Mustang this week. The...
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Ford Drives Mustang Stampede to Detroit for Pony Car Debut

Car enthusiasts tend to have favorite brands and models, but Mustang enthusiasts are a breed apart.  To celebrate the reveal of the all-new 7th generation...

Bitcoin Batteries

In the late 19th Century, a war of great minds was waged in the US between Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison that would shape...

The Rearview Mirror: Chrysler Builds a Profitable Compact Car

It’s spring 1992, and a new vehicle, dubbed the PL, was undergoing a final walkaround by company executives before being approved for production. The...

Is GM Going to Unleash a Blast from the Past with a New Cavalier? Probably not

Just as it seems we’re moving out of the retro movement with the phaseout of the Dodge Challenger and Charger, Chevrolet registered a name...

Volkswagen Group to Sell 25% Stake in Porsche IPO

Despite a bleak market for Initial Public Offerings (IPO), Volkswagen Group is going ahead with a planned IPO, expected to unlock as much as...

Hertha Ayrton: ‘An advocate for interdisciplinarity’

Hertha Ayrton (1854–1923) was a woman of formidable intellect and skill – and many labels. She was scientist, inventor, mathematician, engineer and suffragette, and...
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