Trump, Clinton stick to convention with campaign vehiclesSun, 16, Oct 2016
In the most unconventional of presidential campaigns, the two major party candidates' choices of vehicles have been decidedly conventional.
GM invests millions in Mexico as Ford absorbs Trump's blowsFri, 14, Oct 2016
After watching Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump bash Ford for moving jobs to Mexico, GM has pushed ahead with its own expansion. It just hasn't said as much as Ford. GM is advancing on an $800 million investment for its global small-car lineup that includes a factory retooling in San Luis Potosi state. That plant and another Mexico factory will also build the redesigned Chevy Equinox crossover.
1991 Iacocca: Trump ego has 'gone screw-loose'Mon, 10, Oct 2016
In a 1991 interview with Playboy magazine, then-Chrysler Corp. CEO Lee Iacocca was asked about Donald Trump, already a wildly famous real estate deal-maker and best-selling author.
Ford's trumped-up tweet leads to Twitter engagement win in SeptemberFri, 07, Oct 2016
Ford used the presidential debate stage to launch its most engaging tweet of September.
Room for debate: Questions for Trump, ClintonMon, 03, Oct 2016
We understand that questions for your second debate, on Oct. 9, will come from voters. We appreciate the opportunity to participate. Here are our questions.
Ford's Fields says Trump accusations about jobs are 'really disappointing'Wed, 28, Sep 2016
Ford CEO Mark Fields said he's disappointed by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's accusations that the automaker is moving jobs to Mexico and reiterated that the transfer of small-car production will result in “zero” job loss in the U.S
Let's talk about free trade and jobsMon, 26, Sep 2016
Until we seriously address the issue of retraining laid-off workers and revitalizing hard-hit communities, the anxiety and anger we're seeing in this election will continue.
With a new president, a shift in winds of regulation?Mon, 26, Sep 2016
Key pieces of President Barack Obama's regulatory and policy agenda will soon be handed over to a new administration. And where they go from there could have big implications for the auto industry.
UAW support for Trump less than recent GOP candidates, Williams saysFri, 23, Sep 2016
UAW President Dennis Williams said that about one in four of the union's members favor Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, a lower level of support than the UAW gave his 2012 and 2008 predecessors, Mitt Romney and John McCain.