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Birth Nation: United States

Quick Timeline of Bill Vlasic

2000 Published his first book, Taken for a Ride
2011 Published his 3rd book, Once Upon a Car
2008 Joined The New York Times

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July 1 , 2000

Published his first book, Taken for a Ride

Bill Vlasic has been active as an author since 2000. His first book Taken for a Ride: How Daimler-Benz Drove off with Chrysler was published on 1st of July 2000. American writer Bradley A Stertz was also the co author of this book.

October 4 , 2011

Published his 3rd book, Once Upon a Car

His second book Taken for a Ride: Cars, Crisis, And A Company Once Called was published in 2009. Two years later, his 3rd book was published under the title Once Upon a Car: The Fall and Resurrection of America's Big Three. It was published on 4th of October 2011.

2008

Joined The New York Times

Bill Vlasic is a journalist from United States. He has been working at The New York Times since the early 2008. He joined The New York Times in January 2008. He was hired there as a Detroit Bureau Chief. He is still associated with The New York Times.

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Bill Vlasic has been keeping his personal profile low and secret. Till date there is no any information about his love affairs, married life and wife in the media. His nationality is American and he is of white ethnicity.

Bill Vlasic has been active as an author since 2000. His first book Taken for a Ride: How Daimler-Benz Drove off with Chrysler was published on 1st of July 2000. American writer Bradley A Stertz was also the co author of this book. His second book Taken for a Ride: Cars, Crisis, And A Company Once Called was published in 2009. Two years later, his 3rd book was published under the title Once Upon a Car: The Fall and Resurrection of America's Big Three. It was published on 4th of October 2011. He has also been working at The New York Times since the early 2008. He joined The New York Times in January 2008. He was hired there as a Detroit Bureau Chief. He is still associated with The New York Times. There is no any actual figure about his age, salary and net worth.