I know that the Broder incident was a major embarrassment to the Times but is that kind of mistake the basis for the continuing grudge the Times appears to have? Case in point. Today's issue (Automobiles) has a major story on touch screens. Tesla gets two paragraphs consisting largely of an interview with an owner. One would conclude from reading the story that Tesla is just another bit player in touchscreen arena. To make matters worse, there's a photo of a dinky Ford Sync 3 touchscreen, which pales in comparison to Tesla's. As one of the world's most reputable news sources it's very troubling to know that that Times holds grudges against those who have called its bluff. One has to wonder how the rest of its reporting is similarly affected. As a life long Times subscriber I have to admit to being very troubled.