Month: January 2021

Bill Ford is Automotive News’ 2020 Indusry Leader of the Year

Ford says the decision makes business sense, especially as it ramps up its electric vehicle offerings. He also felt it was the right decision ethically, despite the political implications.

“I’ve always believed we should be looking long term,” he said. “I feel like I’m working for my children and grandchildren. Because of that, you have to ask yourself, what kind of world are they going to come into and inherit?”

One of the vehicles that will help Ford meet those stricter standards will be arriving on dealer lots within weeks: the Mustang Mach-E.

Ford was reluctant to allow the team

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COVID-19’s impact to Global HatchbackAluminum Alloy Wheel Market Research Report 2020, Forecast to 2025 | Inforgrowth


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The report demonstrates detail coverage of HatchbackAluminum Alloy Wheel industry and main market trends.
The market research includes historical and forecast data, like demand, application details, price trends, and company shares of the leading HatchbackAluminum Alloy

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Fox News, Newsmax Walk Back Election Fraud Claims After Voting Machine Manufacturer Threatens Legal Action

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Without explicitly addressing their prior coverage, Fox News and Newsmax both aired segments over the past few days walking back a subset of election fraud claims centering around voting machines manufacturer Smartmatic, which earlier this month delivered legal notices to a trio of conservative networks for promoting baseless conspiracy theories about the company.

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In a three-minute segment aired on three shows that previously played host to some of the more zany

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All the Automotive News You Missed This Week That You Should Know About

Much as we hate to admit it, we here at Gear Patrol can’t cover all the cool new product developments in the motoring world. Not even close. Between the new vehicles hitting the streets, the technological developments being announced that pave the way for the cars of tomorrow, and all the accessories and modifications whipped up by even just the reputable companies alone, we’d need a staff of a dozen working around the clock to even hope to cover everything that might pique your interest.

So we’ve decided to try something new: pulling together a quick list of some of

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Warhammer TV series in pipeline as Games Workshop sales soar | Business

Games Workshop is hoping to replicate the success of hit fantasy TV shows such as The Witcher with a new series based on its Warhammer 40,000 tabletop game.

As the high-street fantasy-figure seller’s shares hit an all-time high, the company said a series based on the Eisenhorn books, set in the game’s dystopian universe, was in development. The novels follow the adventures of the Imperial Inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn as he scours the galaxy for heretics and demons.

The Games Workshop chief executive, Kevin Rountree, said work on the show was progressing well as the company reported record half-year sales and

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