The U.S. and Mexico aren't opponents on a tennis court. They are next-door neighbors, and each one has a considerable stake in the economic health and success of the other.
Hyundai Motor America's success in raising the number of its minority-owned dealerships shows what is possible with a strong commitment from top management.
A federal indictment last week may have dealt a fatal blow to the UAW's fight to remain credible with a divided and cynical labor force.
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.
When this debate concludes, regardless of how it concludes, the result will have a major impact on jobs, employment costs and the disposable income of nearly every American. And that will ultimately affect auto sales.
We can only hope that the Takata disaster will prove instructive to automakers and suppliers about how to manage the next safety crisis — or better yet, avert it.
Bigger is better only if it adds value and efficiency for dealers.
The mess at Fremont shows that in terms of managing a factory, Tesla is not at the cutting edge, but surprisingly behind the times.