Shai Agassi's goal to take whole countries and turn them into electric vehicle only countries just might happen.
Our military procurement system is a mess. Our automobile industry is a mess. We might have helped both if we had gotten them to agree to build the next generation of military vehicles together.
With the lack of jobs for new graduates, as well as older borrowers, there is a looming student loan bubble about to burst.
the solution to today's economic crisis lies in the realization that what is really at stake is the root political question of how democracy can save itself from itself.
Detroit's gotten some big handouts lately from the taxpayer and President Obama is about to deliver another $1 billion with his signature on the cash-...
If the Republicans win the governorship here, the national media will trumpet that as an Important Trend. And a sign of the president's impending doom in 2012.
Like the American auto industry, our airlines were the first and the best. But now it's other countries and the Richard Bransons of the world that are leading the way in delivering a great product.
In Rome, the ruins came after the empire fell. In the United States, the destruction of Detroit happened even as the country was rising to new heights as a superpower.
The New York Times did the country (and itself) a disservice Sunday when it printed all 5,000 words of Devin Leonard's piece on William Gross.
The General Motors flameout -- the fourth largest bankruptcy in the history of the country -- has been a disaster for blue collar Americans working on assembly lines.
Is it a good time to buy GM? They're offering government guaranteed warranties, rebates, special financing and significant discounts on new cars. But it might be better to wait
Do you have any hot looking daughters? My 27 year-old adult soon still lives at home and I'd do anything to marry him off, or at least have him shack up somewhere else.
The problem with the GM gamble is not that the government is involved. The problem is the car.
Everyone wants a viable auto industry with GM returning to its status as a world-class automaker. But the Obama team's GM plan doesn't embrace public standards on energy and the environment.
As a country we need to re-calibrate our approach to economic good health and re-examine our values when it comes to how, both as a government and as individuals, we choose to spend money.
The Supreme Court delayed the sale of most of Chrysler's assets to Fiat by telling the carmaker, "Wait a minute. I have to go in the back and talk to my boss," an old negotiating ploy that heretofore has not been used on the sale of a whole car company.