Nathan Bomey, The News Leader

Nathan Bomey

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Recent articles by Nathan:

Used car prices spiking as COVID-19 pandemic shakes up the market for new cars

Used car prices spiked $708 from June to July -- a time when prices usually fall -- as the COVID-19 pandemic shakes up the market for new vehicles. → Read More

Two-tone car paint makes a comeback, with Nissan, Hyundai among automakers reviving 50s-era styling for SUVs

Automakers have introduced more than half a dozen SUVs in the last two years with two-tone paint, as they seek to differentiate their vehicles. → Read More

Another shortage! Beer, soda makers struggle with aluminum can supply, plan to limit niche drinks

As beer and soda consumption shifts sharply to the home during the COVID-19 pandemic, drinkmakers experience a shortage of aluminum cans. → Read More

6 keys to Tesla's future: Elon Musk's electric car maker beats existential threats

Tesla overcame what many considered to be a make-or-break moment. What's next? Here are six keys to the electric car company's future. → Read More

AMC Theatres delays reopening again: movies on hold during COVID-19

AMC Theatres is delaying its planned reopening date again amid a spike in COVID-19 cases in many states, which postponed Tenet and Mulan. → Read More

Up to 500 store closings planned by Men's Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank owner Tailored Brands

Tailored Brands, owner of Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank, plans to close up to 500 stores due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Will your location shutter? → Read More

Small cars are being discontinued: Why GM, Ford, Toyota have given up on subcompact cars

Toyota, Ford and GM have decided to give up on the subcompact body style after years of declining sales of passenger cars as SUVs surge. → Read More

Nissan reveals $40,000 electric SUV: Nissan Ariya to arrive in 2021

Nissan on Wednesday revealed the Nissan Ariya, a $40,000 SUV with up to 300 miles of range. It is expected to hit the U.S. in the second half of 2021. → Read More

Can shopping malls survive the coronavirus pandemic and a new slate of permanent store closings?

Having seen their recent move toward dining, entertainment, fitness and personal services come to a screeching halt, malls throughout America are suddenly → Read More

Fisker Ocean SUV to arrive in late 2022 as electric vehicle startup makes deal to go public

Electric vehicle maker Fisker is poised to go public in a deal that it says will enable it to begin production on the Fisker Ocean SUV in late 2022. → Read More

Allstate insurance company acquires National General for $4 billion

Allstate is acquiring property liability insurer National General for about $4 billion. National General, once part of GM, has 42,300 agents. → Read More

GM discontinues Chevrolet Sonic amid sales slump as the demise of small cars continues

General Motors is discontinuing the Chevrolet Sonic, once billed as an example of GM's ability to make small and youthful cars. → Read More

Helping seniors fight 'infodemic': Poynter's MediaWise combats misinformation

The Poynter Institute is launching MediaWise for Seniors, a program designed to teach older Americans how to spot misinformation online. → Read More

13 more J.C. Penney store closings revealed: Department store continues bankruptcy store closures

J.C. Penney revealed the locations of another 13 stores it will close permanently in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, including seven in Michigan. → Read More

When do new cars come out? You'll have to wait to buy 2021, as automakers delay next year's models

With the coronavirus pandemic slamming the auto industry, brand-new 2021 models will be late to arrive as automakers have slammed on the brakes. → Read More

Nissan reveals redesigned 2021 Rogue: SUV gets first makeover since 2014

Nissan on Monday revealed a redesigned version of its Rogue SUV, one of the most popular vehicles in the country. → Read More

The coronavirus pandemic can't stop Americans from buying pickup trucks

While sales of cars and SUVs have fallen sharply, pickup sales have held up surprisingly well. Low interest rates and gas prices have helped. → Read More

JCPenney plans to close Northern Colorado stores

The Fort Collins and Greeley locations of JCPenney are among the announced closures. → Read More

Advantage Rent A Car files Chapter 11 bankruptcy, following Hertz as coronavirus wreaks havoc

Advantage Rent A Car filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from its creditors late Tuesday as the coronavirus pandemic limits travel. → Read More

Tesla CEO Elon Musk awarded stock worth more than $700 million as electric car maker hits goals

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has qualified for a compensation package worth about $770 million after the electric vehicle company hit financial goals. → Read More