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Automotive-industry reporter for The Wall Street Journal

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Chinese investors and Tesla alumni have formed a new electric car manufacturing company called Faraday Future. They plan to sell luxury electric vehicles as soon as 2017.

Chinese Investing in Electric Cars

Chinese investors and Tesla alumni have formed a new electric car manufacturing company called Faraday Future. They plan to sell luxury electric vehicles as soon as 2017.

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The Ford Motor Company has been one of the success stories amid America’s era of economic troubles, the auto maker that didn’t require a bailout.  Now, Ford’s second-quarter profits…

Ford Predicts $1 Billion in European Losses

The Ford Motor Company has been one of the success stories amid America’s era of economic troubles, the auto maker that didn’t require a bailout.  Now, Ford’s second-quarter profits…

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