Chris Paine

Filmmaker, 'Who Killed the Electric Car?'

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Filmmaker whose documentary Who Killed the Electric Car? described the rise and fall of General Motors' first electric vehicle, the EV1, in the 1990's. His next film is Revenge of the Electric Car

Chris Paine on KCRW

After raising 20 billion-dollars in the first day of trading, it’s not Government Motors any more, although taxpayers still own a big share of GM.

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After raising 20 billion-dollars in the first day of trading, it’s not Government Motors any more, although taxpayers still own a big share of GM.

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The exhibition opening tomorrow at the downtown convention center is not your father's  LA Auto Show . Bentley, Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini won't even be there.

Little Cars, Green Cars at the LA Auto Show

The exhibition opening tomorrow at the downtown convention center is not your father's LA Auto Show . Bentley, Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini won't even be there.

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