BLOG: Katie Burke
Uber vs. Waymo: Battle for founder status
BLOG: Hannah Lutz
Waymo's lawsuit was about staking its claim as a founder of self-driving cars. The details that emerged this week show just how coveted founder status can be in Silicon Valley.
The case for a bespoke approach to auto retail
BLOG: Vince Bond Jr.
To keep up with retailers in other industries, dealers would be wise to provide the personal touches that consumers have come to expect.
Why I was heartened -- not outraged -- by Ram's MLK Super Bowl ad
BLOG: Richard Truett
Ram's use of Martin Luther King Jr.'s ode to service in its Super Bowl spot quickly drew public backlash. I take a different view.
GM's last chance to deliver a great truck interior
BLOG: Lindsay Chappell
General Motors has two truck brands, and it could very well be that we'll see a truly great truck interior in the next upscale GMC Sierra.
Nobody has invested? Huh?
BLOG: Christiaan Hetzner
President Donald Trump, in his State of the Union address, said Americans are not accustomed to hearing that auto companies are investing in the United States. He might actually have a point.
For German automakers, an ugly past that won't go away
The moral depths to which Volkswagen was willing to sink in order to defraud public opinion about the risks from diesel exhaust has since snowballed into an animal rights issue.