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These Are The Cars You’re Embarrassed To Admit You Love

Some cars get hate for no other reason than “everyone else hates it so I will too.” You don’t want to be a follower, but you also want to avoid being skewered for your lame tastes on car Twitter. For me, that car is the 5 Series Gran Turismo. Yes, it’s a rolling example of […]

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After Nonstop 31-Day Stream, Ludwig Breaks Ninja’s All-Time Twitch Subscriber Record

For 31 days, Ludwig Ahgren’s stream has been up and running all day every day. He hasn’t been awake the entire time, but he and his moderators have ensured that it’s grown to be one of Twitch’s most consistent and comforting presences—albeit one that is probably taking a not-insignificant mental and physical toll on…Read more… […]

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Apple Car Contract Will Probably Go To LG And Magna: Report

Wow, it’s been a hot minute since there was new Apple Car news, huh? Ever since the will-they/won’t-they saga between the tech giant and Hyundai fizzled into the troposphere, things have been astonishingly quiet. Too quiet. Apple needed another willing partner, or partners, to get things moving again. It appears it’s…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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There Were A Couple Of Years When GM Ran DirecTV And Tomahawk Missiles At The Same Time

There is no amount of reading into the history of General Motors that won’t bring up some comically incoherent bureaucracy, but even I was surprised when I realized there were a couple of years in the mid-1990s when General Motors was nominally in charge of both beaming satellite TV into American homes and Tomahawk…Read more… […]

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There Were A Couple Of Years When GM Ran DirecTV And Tomahawk Missiles At The Same Time

There is no amount of reading into the history of General Motors that won’t bring up some comically incoherent bureaucracy, but even I was surprised when I realized there were a couple of years in the mid-1990s when General Motors was nominally in charge of both beaming satellite TV into American homes and Tomahawk…Read more… […]

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The Big Battery War Will Come Down To Biden

The fate of a prominent battery supplier rests in the president’s hands, yet another Black media mogul is imploring General Motors to do better, and crowds may return to F1 at this summer’s British Grand Prix. All this and more in The Morning Shift for Friday, April 9, 2021Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Big Battery War Will Come Down To Biden

The fate of a prominent battery supplier rests in the president’s hands, yet another Black media mogul is imploring General Motors to do better, and crowds may return to F1 at this summer’s British Grand Prix. All this and more in The Morning Shift for Friday, April 9, 2021Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Toyota Prepared For The Chip Shortage Years Ago. Why Didn’t Anyone Else?

As the entire automotive industry continues reeling from a global semiconductor shortage, many manufacturers have been forced to temporarily shut down production, or just go ahead and build cars without necessary components and store them until a later date. Not Toyota, though.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Nissan Is Going to Pay Dealers More To Steer Customers Toward 84 Or 96-Month Loans

First, Nissan doubles down on subprime lending. Now it’s willing to pay dealers more money when customers take out longer terms. This is the new plan Nissan has laid out for dealers, according to a report from Cars Direct.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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DoorDash Drivers Game The App Into Paying At Least $7 For Deliveries

DoorDash delivery drivers are fed up with insultingly low pay from the app. Some drivers are fighting back by gaming the system to give out high paying deliveries, and it appears that the strategy is actually working.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Today, Atlus Celebrates Its Birthday

Famed role-playing game maker Atlus is celebrating a milestone. Today in 1986, the company was founded. Happy birthday Atlus!Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Outriders Apparently Has A Bug That Wipes All Your Gear

How’s this for a horror story? You spend hours farming gear in your favorite loot game. You find some truly awesome stuff, including some legendaries. Then, one moment, out of the blue, it’s all gone. Everything, to the point where your character is basically naked. For some Outriders players, that’s less a terrifying…Read more… Continue […]

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How to Get Better at Marketing, With Seth Godin

For something that seems pretty straightforward, why is marketing so challenging? How can we do it more effectively? This week we’re learning how to improve on our marketing skills with help from entrepreneur and marketing expert Seth Godin. Listen to hear Seth’s insightful tips on the mentality we should have when it…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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There’s Nothing Like A Single $15,000 Lap To Remind You That F1 Is Depressingly Exclusive

“Guess how much the hot lap costs,” one of my fellow media members, adventure writer Jim Clash from Forbes, asked me at a dinner hosted by Formula One’s tire manufacturer, Pirelli. He was referring to the single lap out in a supercar we’d be scheduled to partake in during the weekend.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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There’s Nothing Like A Single $15,000 Lap To Remind You That F1 Is Depressingly Exclusive

“Guess how much the hot lap costs,” one of my fellow media members, adventure writer Jim Clash from Forbes, asked me at a dinner hosted by Formula One’s tire manufacturer, Pirelli. He was referring to the single lap out in a supercar we’d be scheduled to partake in during the weekend.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The Fed Might Give One Of South Korea’s Biggest Battery Suppliers A Pass After All

South Korean battery manufacturer SK Innovation has been in a precarious spot over the last couple of months. Hit with a 10-year import ban by the U.S. International Trade Commission as punishment for allegedly stealing trade secrets from rival LG Energy Solutions, SK stands to lose business from big name partners…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The Fed Might Give One Of South Korea’s Biggest Battery Suppliers A Pass After All

South Korean battery manufacturer SK Innovation has been in a precarious spot over the last couple of months. Hit with a 10-year import ban by the U.S. International Trade Commission as punishment for allegedly stealing trade secrets from rival LG Energy Solutions, SK stands to lose business from big name partners…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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