TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Finally, an explanation for a mystery that has confounded U.S. drivers and journalists for years: Why did it take so long for European auto makers to install cupholders in their vehicles? European auto makers are reluctant to install cupholders. Although we’ve always heard it’s because Europeans take their driving “more seriously,” Helmut List, chairman and CEO of AVL List GmbH provided Management Briefing Seminars attendees with the true skinny. List says ...
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