BLOG: Philip Nussel

A mixed message about GM's PR -- but why?

Posted 3:44 pm U.S. ET, April 15
blogs Philip Nussel is editor of autonews.com.
 
If a company changes its head of public relations in the midst of a public relations crisis that stems from a recall crisis, does that not send a certain message? Yes, unless the company is General Motors. On Monday, GM parted ways with Selim Bingol, its head of public relations -- but, for whatever reason, said it was not related to the company’s festering public ...
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Why the UAW appeal at VW is a slippery slope

Posted 3:23 pm U.S. ET, April 9
The UAW better be careful what it wishes for. If the union convinces President Barack Obama’s National Labor Relations Board that it’s an unfair labor practice for political leaders to be publicly involved in an organizing effort, then organized labor risks diluting the power of its best weapon: public pressure. The UAW clearly has a case in contesting its lo ...
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Will analysts' expectations continue to rule the economy?

Posted 3:02 pm U.S. ET, Feb. 7
We've all known for years that analyst speculation is more important than any real numbers put out by companies or the government. And based on the way the financial media report the numbers, it seems abundantly clear that analysts' expectations can never be wrong.Or could that be changing, maybe just a teensy bit?This week General Motors said it pulled down a healthy $913 ...
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With $1.8 billion in fines, it's time to compensate consumers for price-fixing

Posted 2:02 pm U.S. ET, Nov. 27
In an era when the U.S. government gets criticized for high taxes and trillion-dollar deficits, let's give the feds credit where credit is due -- extracting $1.8 billion in criminal fines from the automotive supply chain. And counting.Kudos to the antitrust police for uncovering rampant price fixing, but when do the victims of this massive fraud get some justice? When does ...
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