We all know the story of Henry Ford and his assembly line, but what is there to know about General Motors?
What in the world is the Obama administration thinking? The GM bankruptcy -- entirely avoidable -- seems designed to hurt every constituency it is sup...
What if GM or AIG were treated like a charitable organization, non-profit or not-for-profit company? Would we prop up bad management for the sake of the mission? I don't think so.
Despite the news about GM filing for bankruptcy, my state should not be the object of pity. We will not be victims: We intend to lead the country in a move from 20th century rust to 21st century green.
The demise of General Motors is more than just the end of a car company and we will be many years measuring the loss.
At what point will Americans stop lying about how they got their black eyes and start blaming these giant corporations?
Let's be clear about this: The only way to save GM is to kill GM. Saving our precious industrial infrastructure, though, is another matter and must be a top priority.
I've never wanted to own General Motors, but for at least the last 20 years I've wanted to run it. Now, thanks to Barack Obama, I'm going to get my chance!
Is Sonia Sotomayor a judicial activist? A racist? Is empathy a good or bad thing in a judge? Should the court lead or follow society's direction?
Clearly, the hemorrhaging of jobs is outpacing the stimulus. We need a new, comprehensive strategy, a bailout plan that is connected directly to reinvesting in and reindustrializing America.
"Judicial activism" (or, alternatively, "legislating from the bench") is defined -- no matter what your political beliefs -- as "judges not ruling the...
Some doubters on this website have advocated "pulling the plug on Detroit." Instead, I invite you to plug in to the power of American ingenuity and American transformation.
American car makers and the government didn't take the Japanese seriously with their funny little, cheap-to-run, quality cars. Ditto with the Koreans, Toyota and Honda.
If the taxpayer will now foot the bill for auto financing then we should get something in return -- cleaner air and lower oil imports.
Policymakers apparently prefer having companies exist that engineer exotic financial derivatives than a manufactured product that is assembled by a skilled, well-compensated workforce.
In a remarkably bold regulatory move, the Obama administration is setting new, aggressive fuel efficiency standards for cars and trucks.