Potential, good ideas can't pay the bills foreverMay 8
Tesla surpassing GM? Only on Wall StreetApril 16
It's important to remember how irrelevant Wall Street's arbitrary measure of a company's value is on every other street in America, where you're far more likely to see a GM vehicle in the driveway than a Tesla.
Bitterness in the industrial belt gave Trump just what he needed to winNov. 14, 2016
The last time Americans elected a new president, the U.S. auto industry was on the brink of collapse. Eight years later, U.S. auto sales are at near-record levels. The Detroit 3 automakers have hired tens of thousands of workers in the past few years. Yet anger and resentment remains.
Chevy goes from 'technology and stuff' to boring and forgettableNov. 9, 2015
Amid success, Ford suffers Wall St. penny punishmentNov. 2, 2015
A sales record not worth breakingJuly 6, 2015
By the numbers, the U.S. auto industry just had its best spring selling season in a decade. But that's not the whole story. rather misleading. June 2015 was actually far better than June 2005. In June 2015, automakers were healthy and scrambling to keep up with demand for their most profitable vehicles. In June 2005, they were overflowing with inventory nobody wanted and desperate to get rid of it at any cost.