Tesla more valuable than Ford, GM? CrazyApril 10, 2017
What happens if Mexican plants close?Jan. 30, 2017
Over the course of my career, I have witnessed firsthand both the good and the horrible results of what is known as "free" trade. But in this brave new world we now find ourselves in, those demanding a "return of manufacturing" to the U.S. may not get exactly what they expect.
Chrysler Portal holds promise, if it could get builtJan. 9, 2017
Mopar chief Gorlier has CEO chopsNov. 14, 2016
Pietro Gorlier has run an innovative business unit at Fiat Chrysler that has expanded and made lots of money and touches every facet of the company around the world. So why isn't Mopar's chief the front-runner for Sergio Marchionne's seat? He might be.
How long will good times last?Aug. 15, 2016
Times are good, the economists argued, and they're likely to remain good for automakers and suppliers and dealers for the foreseeable future. Or at least until something unforeseen happens to make times, well, bad.
AutoNews Now: 'Pokemon Go' pushbackJuly 15, 2016
AutoNews Now: Market-share gainers, losersJuly 12, 2016
AutoNews Now: Dealers give Lexus top marksJune 14, 2016
AutoNews Now: Packing heat in the showroomMay 24, 2016
Storm dent damage: To fix or not to fix?May 9, 2016
AutoNews Now: FCA to shuffle plants, productsApril 26, 2016
A recall for wheel chocks? Maybe we've rolled off the deep endFeb. 8, 2016
In a sign of Fiat Chrysler's new hypersensitivity to safety, the automaker said last week it would voluntarily supply owners of 441,578 Dodge Chargers from the 2011-16 model years in the U.S. with free wheel chocks. Let that sink in a minute.