No industry should be considered too big to fail, including the auto industry.
Ensuring no industry becomes too big to fail can be achieved by changing the way companies are run. The aim is to develop a sustainable model for corporations.
Trump celebrates a tentative deal to replace NAFTA with advisors and Mexican counterparts.
The US and Mexico announced a bilateral trade deal that pointedly excludes Canada. A economic law expert explains what it means.
Listen up, guys.
Going private would help Tesla reestablish its luxury status.
A biker rides his Harley-Davidson during a parade in Germany.
The motorcycle maker angered Trump after it said it plans to move some production overseas to avoid EU tariffs – just a few months after the president praised the company for being a 'true American icon.'
Ford has doubled down on its best-selling pickup trucks.
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For 30 years, it’s been the best-selling vehicle in the US.
The implications, economic and otherwise, of this massive policy change are only beginning to sink in.
Sales of electric vehicles are growing fast, especially in Europe.
Shifting to plug-in cars wouldn't be enough to max out global oil consumption by 2040. But it could help make that happen if cities pitch in and ride-sharing doesn't crowd out public transportation.
Volvo might be the first car company to go all-electric, but it's far from the market leader and petrol will continue to be relied upon.
Auctioneers have put a record price tag on the ultimate symbol of 60s counterculture and vintage nostalgia.
A banner deal for the auto sector?
The French group might well manage to turn around General Motors' struggling division, but plants will close, and the UK looks vulnerable.
Shockwaves. Momentum is with electric cars.
The vacuum cleaner maker faces the same challenges as Elon Musk against the big auto players – so maybe it's time to try a different road.
Trump after learning of his victories in Michigan and Mississippi.
Trump's momentum is unchecked by establishment critics, Sanders surprises in Michigan and other key takeaways from the voting on March 8.
Plugging the gaps.
Allowing infrastructure to take over the job of keeping our vehicles running sends us further down a troublesome road.
Awaiting a new model. Car firms struggle to adapt.
Volkswagen's example offers up a useful lesson in managing a troublesome hierarchy.
In a spin. Underestimating your customers?
Volkswagen and others may have been hamstrung by a low opinion of indifferent car buyers.