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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
Cadillac is overhauling its U.S. dealership network and cutting anyone unwilling to accommodate a rapid shift to electric vehicles.
Dodge is looking for a C-level brand ambassador to promote a new marketing strategy. The one-year contract for a Chief Donut Officer includes a Hellcat to drive for a year, a $150,000 salary and a custom wardrobe and you don't even need to quit your day job.
American manufacturing icon, General Electric, got too big.
A woman was driving a Tesla near Cincinnati when the car went off the side of the road and hit a landscape boulder and two trees. The car exploded.
More than 100 people are dead after an oil tanker truck exploded near Sierra Leone's capital.
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Remington is moving its headquarters from Ilion, New York, to Georgia.
The Hershey Company is buying Dot's Pretzels for $1.2 billion.
In another example of we didn't Google our name, N-ARK is a Japanese startup that wants to reinvent architecture and combat climate change.
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