Opinion

DOUGLAS A. BOLDUC

Volvo's Ingenlath achieves rare feat

Volvo's Thomas Ingenlath is among a small number of designers who have been tapped to lead a brand. So far the results have been mixed.

EDITORIAL

Tesla has a lot to learn from the industry

The mess at Fremont shows that in terms of managing a factory, Tesla is not at the cutting edge, but surprisingly behind the times.

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