DETROIT – BMW of North America is getting a bit patriotic. The U.S. arm of the German luxury car maker is joining forces with the Lucas Group, a recruiting firm that places military personnel in civilian jobs, to bring former soldiers into the company’s ranks of automotive repair technicians. Like the rest of the industry, BMW expects a shortage of qualified vehicle service technicians in the next decade as high-tech fields steal talent from the auto service sector. BMW ...

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