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Automotive News is conducting a survey of women currently working in the auto industry to discover if the conversation on sexism in the workplace has changed in the last year.
The problem, I'm told, is that talking about sexism in the auto industry is like pitching a dog-bites-man story. It's not really surprising. But it is pervasive.
The Trump administration's proposal to freeze fuel economy standards could have unintended consequences for the U.S. auto industry.
In this new mobility era, the words we use today likely will change as the technology develops and gets into the public's hands. Such massive societal transformations come with struggles over communication, and it's not the first time the world has wondered what to say about these machines that move us.
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