Broken promises harm employeesAug. 14
It might be a very smart ideaAug. 14
BMW is planning combustion, hybrid and electric versions of its key nameplates and will make them all capable of rolling off the same assembly line. BMW is smart enough to admit that it does not know, and so it is trying to maintain its flexibility.
BMW, Nissan pile on incentives to spur San Diego EV salesAug. 9
Behind the new Phantom, a changed Rolls-RoyceAug. 6
BMW's 'future-proof' strategyAug. 7
BMW reassured top staff about cartel allegations, reports sayAug. 4
German luxury giants go for EVs, autonomyAug. 7
BMW explores new horizonsAug. 7
BMW Q2 profit lifted by new 5 seriesAug. 3
Phantom's platform for Rolls crossoverJuly 31
BMW i8 will drop the topJuly 31
There's no excuse for giving workers 2nd-class statusJuly 31
If the allegations detailed in Michelle Savoy's EEOC complaint are true, they reflect a corrupt corporate culture that should embarrass the leaders of BMW and serve as a wake-up call to the entire auto industry.