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  • Mazda Miata MX-5 roadster coming in September

    Mazda Miata MX-5 roadster coming in September
    Mazda plans to show off the next generation MX-5 Miata roadster at simultaneous events in Japan, Spain and the U.S. this September. The small Japanese automaker reinvented the two-seat roadster class of cars when it introduced the rear-wheel-drive...
  • China signs deal to purchase 123 Airbus helicopters

    BEIJING/PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus Group NV's helicopter division sealed a $600 million deal on Monday to sell 123 helicopters to Chinese companies during a visit by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The orders, including both light single-engine...
  • Eugene A. 'Mickey' Flinn, auto dealer

    Eugene A. 'Mickey' Flinn, auto dealer
    Eugene A. "Mickey" Flinn, who managed and owned Baltimore-area automobile dealerships, died Thursday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 88. The son of Edmund Lamont Flinn, an electrician, and Agnes...
  • General Motors invertirá 270 millones dólares en nueva planta en Argentina

    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - General Motors invertirá 270 millones de dólares para instalar una planta que producirá motores de aluminio en la provincia argentina de Santa Fé, dijo el lunes el Gobierno del país sudamericano. La compañía con sede en Estados...
  • Hope for Abe's 'virtuous cycle' as Japan Inc spends on technology

    OSAKA Japan (Reuters) - Japanese manufacturers, flush with cash but loath to spend it at home since the global financial crisis, are finally shedding their deflationary mindset and splashing out on the new plant and equipment crucial to sustaining a...
  • Pump prices likely to dip this week

    Gas prices Gas prices in South Florida are expected to keep declining this week, as concerns recede over supply disruptions in Iraq. But prices spikes could occur later this hurricane-season, should a storm in the Gulf of Mexico affect oil refineries...
  • VW receives Chinese approval for two more plants - sources

    CHENGDU China (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen has received approval from China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) to add two more factories in the country, two people close to the matter said on Sunday. The new plants are to be...
  • Virginia drivers often confused about state traffic laws

    Virginia drivers often confused about state traffic laws
    On a recent drive, Mary Hyde-Berg, of Gloucester, encountered a neighbor who needed a ride home. She wanted to help, but was concerned that she would break a traffic law if she let him ride in the back of the family pick-up truck as all seats in the cab...
  • Carrier overhauls are big for small businesses

    Carrier overhauls are big for small businesses
    When Navy leaders warn members of Congress about the "erosion of the industrial base," they're concerned about men like Mickey Boyer of Newport News and Ray Wittersheim of Chesapeake. Both men run companies that have worked on the refueling and...
  • Overhauling an aircraft carrier: a complex challenge

    Overhauling an aircraft carrier: a complex challenge
    NEWPORT NEWS — When Edward Shields joined the Navy 10 months ago, the recruiter didn't mention jackhammer duty. But last week, the young Navy airman stood aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, bending his 6-foot-5-inch frame in a...
  • Revitalised Williams not settling for second place

    SILVERSTONE England (Reuters) - Seeking to build on their revival as a force in Formula One, Williams said they were not content with a second place finish for Valtteri Bottas at the British Grand Prix on Sunday. It was a day of mixed emotions for the...