David Kiley has been an award winning journalist covering the auto industry for more than two decades, writing for AOL Autos, BusinessWeek, USA Today and Automobile, Adweek and CNN. He is the author of two books: Getting The Bugs Out: The Rise ……, Fall and Comeback of Volkswagen in America (John Wiley & Sons 2001), and Driven: Inside BMW, The Most Admired Car Company in the World (John Wiley, 2004). He has been a frequent analyst on CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, NPR and PBS, commenting on the auto industry. Kiley is also recipient of the Ken Purdy Award, given to one journalist annually by the International Motor Press Association, for excellence in auto industry journalism. Kiley lives in Ann Arbor, MI.
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