Sonari Glinton Sonari Glinton is a NPR Business Desk reporter based at our NPR West bureau.

Automakers Still Trying To Get Infotainment Systems Right

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How A Tax On Chicken Changed The Playing Field For U.S. Automakers

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How An African-American Ad Man Changed The Face Of Advertising

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Flash Flooding Races Through Texas, Oklahoma After Record Rainfall

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Carmakers Ditch Luxury Names For Something More Practical

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Detroit Bulks Up With New Classic Muscle Cars

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At the Pelican Hill golf resort in Newport Coast, Calif., water conservation is an obsession. Yuki Shimazu/Flickr hide caption

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In Record Drought, California Golf Course Ethically Keeps Greens Green

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Increase In Subprime Car Loans Could Lead To Trouble

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Sears — the Apple of its day for disruption and innovation — sold its own car from 1908 to 1912, before ceding the market to Ford and others. According to one expert, there hasn't been a successful new entrant into the industry in nearly a century. That track record could present a challenge to Apple, which is rumored to be thinking about launching its own line of electric cars. searsmotorbuggy.com hide caption

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Apple Must 'Think Different' On Cars, Or Join Ranks Of Failed New Brands

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From Jobs To Car Parts, Port Dispute Rippling Through The Economy

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What Fluctuations In Currency Mean For Car Interiors

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Concept Cars, Once Outlandish, Now Vital To Auto Industry's Future

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How Cars Evolved Over The Last Decade

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