GM, Fiat Chrysler, and Ford all got ugly in unison, in one day, something we haven’t seen since the Financial Crisis.
The request is “essential to Tesla’s continued operation.”
How the US Trade War with China over autos stacks up against the Trade War the US Lost against Japan.
Its fleet of autonomous cars thus far has gone the way of the Spanish Armada, producing nothing but grief.
A wide-ranging interview on the auto industry, housing, retail, and more.
After decades of relentless offshoring, the equation may change for automakers and component makers.
Where the heck is the hyped “replacement demand” from Hurricane Harvey?
Addicted to cheap labor, Corporate America is not playing along.
Even as “hedonic quality adjustments” perform miracles to repress surging new and used vehicle inflation.
Wolf Richter with Jim Goddard on This Week in Money: