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DIY projects that you need to make this weekend. From the AOL Partner Studio
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Because cottage season is winding down
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Gather up the guys for a monumental boys-only excursion this weekend. Leave the kids and the significant others behind -- this trip is all about you and your friends. But where should you go? You nee...
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The automaker says "market dynamics" prevent it from competing effectively in both of the countries.
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DETROIT - Slow sales and falling gasoline prices have prompted Honda to stop selling gas-electric hybrid and natural gas-powered versions of its Civic compact car.The company also said that it will di...
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ALLISTON, Ont. - Honda Canada plans to take advantage of the still-to-be ratified free-trade agreement with the European Union to produce vehicles for export to Europe for the first time, the auto com...
Honda Motor Co. took the rare step of imposing pay cuts on its president and 12 other executives after the fifth recall in a year of its new Fit hybrid model. The company said that over the next thre...
Most good parents are keenly aware of the need for family cars, but what many may not understand is what actually constitutes a family car. So, how do you keep your kids happy and protected when driving? Here are 10 features that might help.
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Are all global automakers alike? They all face recalls of various sorts now and then. In 2013 there were over 140 recalls among the top 10 auto manufacturers selling in the USA which impacted over 15...
One brief look at Mexico's GDP numbers for 2013, and you'd likely say, "What happened?" At the outset of the year, forecasts were calling for between 3-to-4 per cent growth. Instead, the final tally is looking more like 1.2 per cent. That's a pretty sizeable miss. If lots went wrong in the year, foreign investment in Mexico wasn't on that list; in fact, it had a banner year. What's behind this success?