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Automakers Reroute, Aiming For Younger Drivers

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GM Posts $4.7 Billion In Profits Last Year

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Ohio Lawmakers Consider Bill To End Union Rights

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Fight Over Collective Bargaining Moves To Ohio

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A potential customer walks past a row of cars for sale at the CarMax dealership in Oak Lawn, Ill. M Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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Bump In Auto Sales Boosts Consumer Morale, TV Ads

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Film director Irvin Kershner (right) and actor Peter Weller talk on the set of "Robocop II." Deana Newcomb/AP hide caption

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Detroit May Need A Hero, But Is It Really Robocop?

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Yelena Gaziyan has worked at TD Industrial Coverings for more than seven years and is now the work leader for sewing jeans. Courtesy of Motor City Denim hide caption

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The New Detroit: From Robot Clothes To Luxe Jeans

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Detroit Housing Offer Lures Cops Back From Suburbs

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Jobs Numbers Have Different Messages For Minorities

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Ford CEO Alan Mulally, pictured with the 2011 Ford Focus, is credited with turning the company around. But analysts say the automaker still faces formidable challenges ahead. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Good News, Ford Has Long Road Ahead

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A low-interest rate banner hangs on the side of an unsold 2010 Toyota Corolla at a dealership in Lakewood, Colo. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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Selling Loans May Be Better Road For Automakers

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Things Looking Up At The Detroit Auto Show

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The producers behind Gran Torino, starring Clint Eastwood (left) and Bee Vang, were lured to Michigan thanks to nearly $100 million in tax credits the state first offered in 2008. Anthony Michael Rivetti/Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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As Detroit Woos Hollywood, Opposition Mounts

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The Chevrolet Volt was named the North American Car of the Year. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Electric Cars Steal The Spotlight At Auto Show

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The Bentley Continental GT on display during the auto show. The company's 2011 models are quite popular. Stand Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Luxury Makes A Comeback At Detroit Auto Show

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