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Ford Edge ST-Line has all the show without the go

The ST-Line uses the standard Edge’s 2.0-liter turbo engine.


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Most buyers don’t really need all the performance that comes with more expensive, high-powered¬†SUVs. But we get it, you want to look cool. A lot of automakers have found success with visual updos for their otherwise sedate SUVs — think Chevy’s RS models, or in the luxury world, BMW’s M Sport line. Ford is the latest to get in on this trend, and on Tuesday announced a new ST-Line package for the Edge crossover.

The idea here is pretty simple: Take all the visual enhancements of the full-fat

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Rescheduled 2020 New York Auto Show canceled due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Here’s what the Javits Center normally looks like during auto show times.


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The 2020 New York Auto Show was originally scheduled to take place in April, but was postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now, the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association — the group that puts on the NY Auto Show — says the rescheduled event is “unfeasible,” and will thus be canceled.

“As of today, the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center continues to be closed for all expo

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Uber’s first-quarter earnings show massive losses due to coronavirus

Uber posted a $2.9 billion net loss in the first quarter.


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Uber hasn’t had an easy time as a public company. The novel coronavirus, which has brought much of the ride-hailing company’s business to a halt, hasn’t helped. On Thursday, Uber’s first-quarter earnings highlighted the financial troubles the company has experienced, showing significant losses.

Uber said its revenue rose 14% from a year earlier to $3.54 billion, slightly beating the average analyst forecast of $3.51 billion. But, the company posted a net loss of $2.9 billion in the first quarter, which was greater than expected by analysts.

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Uber’s first quarter earnings show massive losses due to coronavirus


Angela Lang/CNET

Uber hasn’t had an easy time as a public company. The novel coronavirus, which has brought much of the ride-hailing company’s business to a halt, hasn’t helped. On Thursday, Uber’s first-quarter earnings highlighted the financial troubles the company has experienced showing significant losses.

Uber said its revenue rose 14% from a year earlier to $3.54 billion, slightly beating the average analyst forecast of $3.51 billion. But, the company posted a net loss of $2.9 billion in the first quarter, which was greater than expected by analysts. It’s the largest loss that Uber has recorded over the last three

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