Aston Martin plans October IPO worth up to $6.7 billion

Aston Martin says it is seeking a valuation of up to 5.07 billion pounds ($6.7 billion) from a public stock offering in October. The automaker is expected to publish a prospectus on Thursday.

With turnaround complete, Pininfarina bets on engineering, design

The Italian coachbuilding and design company has a new strategy based on two business areas -- engineering and design -- that have been split into separate legal entities.

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Jeff Carlson applied lessons of earlier crises

Jeff Carlson, president of Glenwood Springs Ford and Glenwood Springs Subaru in Colorado, said the financial downturn of 2008 was "brutal in terms of expense reduction." He survived, in part, by cutting stores, people and vendors.

Tammy Darvish took dealers' fight to Capitol Hill

Darcars Automotive Group lost several franchises when General Motors and the then-Chrysler Group terminated hundreds of franchisees during the recession. Tammy Darvish channeled her energy and frustration into advocacy for dealership groups beyond her family's.

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