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BMW extends sales lead over German rivals in June

BERLIN (Reuters) - BMW's <BMWG.DE> sales rose faster in June than at Audi and Mercedes as demand from China and the United States helped the German luxury car maker to extend a lead over its two main rivals in the first six months of the year. Full story

RS 5 comes to US, finally

American Audi fans finally can get their hands on a few — just a few — Audi RS 5 Coupes and Cabriolets. Full story

VW's Audi swaps R&D chiefs as criticism grows: source

BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen's <VOWG_p.DE> Audi unit will swap development chiefs for a second time in less than a year, causing a stir at the luxury carmaker as it fights to close the gap with rival BMW. Full story

Audi needs clarity on laws before decision on Brazil plant: CEO

PUEBLA CITY, Mexico (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG's <VOWG_p.DE> Audi premium brand will not build a vehicle assembly plant in Brazil until the laws governing what exactly is required to ensure a car is considered locally built are clarified, the unit's chief executive said on Saturday. Full story

Auto industry love for Mexico grows with new Audi plant

SAN JOSE CHIAPA, Mexico (Reuters) - The automotive industry's growing love affair with Mexico was celebrated here on Saturday as Audi executives laid the foundation stone for its first assembly plant in the Americas. Full story

VW patriarch Piech's wife up for election to Audi board

MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - Volkswagen <VOWG_p.DE> chairman Ferdinand Piech's wife looks set to join the supervisory board of luxury division Audi in another move by the controlling Piech-Porsche family to solidify its sway over Europe's biggest car maker. Full story

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TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb share their opinions on how musician and “The Voice” coach Adam Levine performed as (shirtless) host of SNL, and they voice their very critical thoughts on “Project Wedding,” in which a woman plans a wedding without a groom in sight.

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