Documentary recounts industry bailout -- and ponders the futureSat, 10, Sep 2016
Wagoner ouster no shock to himMon, 12, Sep 2016
The firing of General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner seven years ago took many by surprise. But Wagoner's friend and adviser Jay Alix said Wagoner was keenly aware that he could be a casualty of a U.S. government rescue long before he lost his job in March 2009.
Co-directors tell why they made auto bailout documentaryWed, 07, Sep 2016
A pair of former movie and television executives believed the public didn't get the full story about the U.S. auto industry bailout and made the film "Live Another Day," a documentary adapted from the Paul Ingrassia book Crash Course. The film debuts in theaters Sept. 16.
ObituariesMon, 13, Jun 2016
Marc Stepp, the first African-American to lead bargaining for the union at a Detroit automaker, died June 3. He played a crucial role in securing Chrysler's $1.5 billion in federal loan guarantees from Congress in 1980.
Lazard in control as momentum builds for Takata solution, report saysThu, 09, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi Motors has cash to weather scandal, but brand reputation hurt againFri, 29, Apr 2016
Mitsubishi Motors' market value and Japanese orders have halved since it admitted last week to rigging fuel economy tests, but with more than $4 billion in cash and low debt, the automaker should contain the potential damages.
What FCA employees need to hear from their leadersSun, 24, Apr 2016
PSA plans 26-car product pushTue, 05, Apr 2016
Fact-checking Clinton vs. Sanders on 2008 auto industry bailoutMon, 07, Mar 2016
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said during a heated debate exchange that rival Bernie Sanders would have allowed the U.S. auto industry to collapse if he had his way. While it is true Sanders voted against the bailout funds that were ultimately used to rescue General Motors and Chrysler, the full story is a bit murkier.
Barack Obama: Once more, to the victory podiumMon, 25, Jan 2016
President Obama's Jan. 20 visit to Detroit included a tour of the auto show and a speech at the UAW-GM headquarters. In text, tone and staging, it was a replay of the message Obama has been delivering for nearly six years at auto plants around the country.
Obama takes one more Detroit victory lapWed, 20, Jan 2016
President Barack Obama, facing Republican criticism over the state of the economy, did another Detroit victory lap Wednesday to showcase the auto companies his administration helped save, but the industry has not turned out the way he hoped in 2009.