Editorials

Where is German justice in Volkswagen emissions case?

Martin Winterkorn's indictment by a U.S. grand jury should be an important step toward justice and recompense for the costliest cover-up in automotive history -- but it won't be.


Ford joins Volkswagen on a bold path forward

Give Ford Motor Co., and its European head of engineering, Joe Bakaj, credit for recognizing the virtues of Volkswagen Group's global platform strategy.

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Trump can't be trusted on trade

We're relieved to see members of Congress voice concerns about President Donald Trump's destructive trade policy, but it will clearly take more voices of reason to get through to a man who thinks trade wars are "good, and easy to win."

Sergio's unfinished business: Cleaning up legal messes

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne will leave an indelible mark on the auto industry when he retires early next year. Still, he has some big messes to clean up with many global government regulators before he goes.

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Don't expect Nissan to ditch stair-steps

Just as car dealership sales personnel are offered incentives to increase business, Nissan has offered its dealers incentives to reach higher. And in recent years, they did and sales climbed.


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