So don't screw them up! We're only kidding — you'll definitely screw them up in some capacity, and that's okay. If you can make at least some of the changes we've listed below — like practicing mindfulness
From the November 2016 issue For ages, automakers have been searching for a practical means of varying an engine’s compression ratio on the fly. How hard the air—and sometimes the fuel—is squeezed before
These are the moves everyone should be doing. Warming up before a workout is key for reducing injury. Personal trainer and nutritionist Albert Matheny says that warming up "helps make sure you don't load
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In his 10 years in business, Eklund has closed on more than $3.5 billion in real estate. He was also named the No.1 real estate agent in New York City by The Real Deal in 2014. "For any deal to happen
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WOLFSBURG, Germany — The chief executive of Volkswagen said on Thursday that he personally apologized to President Obama this week for cheating on vehicle emissions tests, speaking up for its work force
WOLFSBURG, Germany (Reuters) - Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) could face “further significant financial liabilities” beyond the 16.2 billion euros ($18.4 billion) it has provisioned for its diesel emissions scandal
A General Motors or Toyota isn't happy when a truly huge and deadly one happens — such as the GM ignition-switch recalls linked to more than 100 fatalities. But they also understand they need to be prepared
A handful of leftfield scientists have been trying to harness the power of gravity. Welcome to the world of Project Greenglow, writes Nic Young. In science there exists a uniquely potent partnership between
The U.S. government's lawsuit against Volkswagen threatens the German automaker with such heavy penalties that, in hindsight, it may not have been worth it for VW to be present in the U.S. market at all.
Continental Exec Says China And Japan Could Also Be Affected Last fall, automotive supplier Bosch said light-duty diesel vehicle demand would remain strong despite the then-nascent Volkswagen diesel-emissions
What is VW up to here? Simply put, it appears to be one more move by VW CEO Matthias Mueller to get his company past the cheating scandal as quickly as possible. Settlement funds are Feinberg's specialty.
Registrations rose to 1.12 million cars last month from 989,758 a year earlier, the Brussels-based Association of European Carmakers said, with Ford and General Motors' Opel among the best performers.
Audi reportedly has a simple repair nearly ready to fix the emissions problem on 85,000 vehicles with the 3.0-liter TDI V6 in the US. "Swift, straightforward and customer-friendly solutions are in discussion,"
WOLFSBURG, Germany — The chairman of Volkswagen said on Thursday that the decision by employees to cheat on emissions tests was made more than a decade ago, after they realized they could not meet United
In early November, two months after more than 11 million Volkswagen vehicles were found to be using software that deliberately underreported nitrous oxide emissions, the German car maker said that it discovered