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    Review: Memoirs of a Hack Mechanic

    When you self-identify as a hack, that means you're proud of it, and Rob Siegel is proud of being a hack. He even has rules for what makes "a good kludge," which he delineates in his book, Memoirs of a Hack Mechanic. Rob Siegel, you see, isn't just a backyard wrench-twirler. His column, The Hack ...

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    Review: American Turnaround

    Ed Whitacre's Postcard From The Auto Bailout Ed Whitacre freely admits "I knew nothing about cars. Zero." Which made the out-of-the-blue phonecall from Steven Rattner all the more strange. But he does know management, and that's why Team Auto reached out, because General Motors management was all ...

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    Book Review: Bryce G. Hoffman's new American Icon book on Ford [w/video]

    There is little question that Ford, under the leadership of CEO Alan Mulally, has perhaps never looked better in terms of product and financial stability. But it's been less than four years since the company's stock was hovering near $1.00 a share. The Ford family was making noise about selling ...

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    Book Review: Porsche, A History of Excellence by Randy Leffingwell

    Porsche: A History of Excellence – Click above for image gallery from the publication
    Randy Leffingwell is a Porsche enthusiast – serving as primary reason why this book isn't just another regurgitated account following the history of one of the world's most celebrated marques. ...


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