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Morris, D., Madzudzo G., & Garcia-Perez A. (2018).  Cybersecurity and the auto industry: The growing challenges presented by connected cars. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 18, 105-118. Abstract
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Baldwin, B. (1982).  Cyrus of Panopolis: A Remarkable Sermon and an Unmarkable Poem. Vigiliae Christianae. 36(2), 169 - 172.

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Begley, J., & Donnelly T. (2011).  The DaimlerChrysler Mitsubishi merger: A study in failure. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 11, 36-48. Abstract
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