NEW YORK — Amid all the global industry mergers, acquisitions and takeovers, George Mueller, president and chief executive officer of Subaru of America Inc., remains calm. “Some are searching for soul mates,” he says. We at Subaru simply want to form our own niche. Today, all-wheel-drive is all that we do.” Subaru in 1994 introduced a new breed of vehicle with the Outback, which, Mueller says, combines the best of crossover and hybrid vehicles. “Since we already have (these models), we now ...

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