The automotive industry resumes close-to-normal operations after last week’s massive power outage that halted production at the Big Three’s Detroit area plants as well as facilities throughout the Northeast. The blackout, which abruptly cut electrical supply shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, kept lights off and lines down in North America’s most manufacturing-intensive region through the night and continuing into Friday. The affected area stretched from New York to Detroit and ...
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