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  • WBUR
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So, You Are Shopping For A Car At A Terrible Time. Here's What To Keep In Mind

Finding a car to buy these days seems almost impossible. Dealer lots are emptier, prices are higher and shoppers are stressed out. Here's what to know. → Read More

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Gas Prices Unlikely To Skyrocket As Oil Companies Assess Hurricane Ida Damage

The massive storm hit near the heart of Gulf oil production and refining, which will affect prices for a few weeks. But nobody expects the kind of price spike the U.S. saw after Hurricane Katrina. → Read More

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The World Has Finally Stopped Using Leaded Gasoline. Algeria Used The Last Stockpile

A calamitous invention that poisoned air, water and soil for generations is no more, according to a report from the United Nations. → Read More

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Americans Could Feel Ida's Impact At The Gas Pump

At least four of the nine oil refineries in Ida's path are believed to have paused their operations ahead of the storm. AAA says it's too early to know the full impact until power is restored. → Read More

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Are You Shopping For A Car This Year? We Want To Hear From You

Have you bought a car this year — or tried to? Historically low levels of inventory are pushing prices up and frustrating some would-be buyers. Tell us about your experience and we may use your story. → Read More

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Tight Supply Of Truckers Leaves A Few Gas Stations Dry

There's no shortage of gasoline, but a few stations have still run dry because it's hard to find qualified truck drivers who can move the fuel around. The high demand is pushing driver pay up. → Read More

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Tale Of Tesla, Elon Musk Is Inherently Dramatic And Compellingly Told In 'Power Play'

Perhaps most interesting in Tim Higgins' book are the hints at what might have been: Tesla could have built a plug-in hybrid, or sold itself to Google, or become a battery supplier. → Read More

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There's A Big Push For Electric Cars, With The White House Teaming Up With Automakers

Major automakers and the Biden administration are announcing a goal of all new car sales being 40-50% electric vehicles by 2030. The White House is also expected to unveil new vehicle standards. → Read More

With A Whirr, Not A Roar, Auto Racing Drives Toward An Electric Future

Earlier this month, two dozen low-slung, open-cockpit race cars sped around the streets of Red Hook in Brooklyn. → Read More

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Oil Prices Are In Turmoil Right Now. Here Are 5 Things You Need To Know

Oil prices were surging, but a dramatic meeting of many of the world's crude producers has thrown things into a bit of turmoil. → Read More

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Juneteenth Is A Federal Holiday Now, But What That Means For Workers Varies Widely

Day off? Extra pay? Or business as usual? Federal workers usually get holidays off, but the short notice on Juneteenth has created some exceptions. And companies aren't required to observe holidays. → Read More

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Startups Like Lordstown Wanted To Upend The Car Industry. It's Now Do Or Die For Them

The electric vehicle startup had a string of terrible news, capped by the abrupt departure of its CEO. Its troubles are raising questions about the startups that have entered the auto industry. → Read More

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Big Oil (Probably) Isn't Going Away Anytime Soon. But It's Definitely Changing

Here are three key things to know as the oil industry pivots, or struggles to pivot, to a greener future. → Read More

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The Week That Shook Big Oil

A set of events shook the oil world this week: A tiny shareholder won a battle with Exxon, investors put pressure on Chevron and a Dutch court ordered Shell to slash emissions. → Read More

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Big Oil Companies Take Some Big Hits On Climate Change

A hedge fund invests its way onto the board of ExxonMobil in order to push the firm toward cleaner energy. At the same time, a Dutch court ordered Royal Dutch Shell to cut its carbon emissions faster. → Read More

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A Tiny Fund Has Scored A Historic Win Against ExxonMobil Over The Future Of Oil

A brand-new hedge fund wants ExxonMobil to take climate change more seriously. And despite Exxon's intense opposition, it managed to fill at least two seats on the oil giant's board of directors. → Read More

Ford Says Electric F-150 Will Start Under $40,000. It Can Also Power Your Home

There was some lofty rhetoric when Ford and the United Auto Workers union revealed the all-electric F-150 Lighting pickup in Dearborn, Mich., on Wednesday. → Read More

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Ford Says Electric F-150 Will Start Under $40,000. It Can Also Power Your Home

The F-150 Lightning, the electric version of Ford's bestselling pickup truck, has a base price of $39,990 and can be set up as a backup energy source for your home if the power goes out. → Read More

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Can A Battery-Powered F-150 Truck Persuade Americans To Embrace Electric Vehicles?

The entire auto industry is embracing the pivot toward electric vehicles. Will consumers hop on board? Ford's unveiling an electric F-150 pickup, called Lightning, at a pivotal moment. → Read More

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Fuel Shortages Should Ease Over Coming Days As Colonial Fully Restarts Pipelines

The supply chain for fuels like gasoline will take several days to return to normal after Colonial restarted a critical pipeline that was shut down this month. → Read More