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Mazda, Fiat to work together on small convertible

Mazda Motor Corp. and Fiat SpA are working together on developing and manufacturing a roadster, or two-seater convertible, although the automakers will come up with different, distinctly styled models.Full story

Bottom Line: Some of the 'zoom-zoom' may have gone out of Mazda

The “zoom-zoom” company may be running out of gas.Hammered by last year’s Japanese earthquake and tsunami, all but abandoned by long-time partner Ford Motor Co., and largely ignored by American buyers, Mazda has been struggling to reverse its waning momentum.& … Full story

Deadly House of Cards, Part 3

  As the investigation progresses, Twitchell casually drops a bombshell--he tells homicide detective Bill Clark that he'd purchased a used car very similar to Johnny Altinger's missing Mazda.

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