You and I hold an investment in the most unlikely turn-around fund. It is about to realize a huge profit with the upcoming public offering of General Motors.
Don't worry your little heads over the gene-spliced foods on your plates. Just trust companies like Monsanto when they tell you their genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are perfectly safe.
http://www.responsibletechnology.org/blog/76 Part 1 (Click here for Part 2 ») Twelve years ago, a 150-second TV broadcast changed our w...
In 2009, China became the largest car market in the world, while in the same year there were four million fewer vehicles on the road in the United States. Driving has suddenly become a zero-sum game.
The ink on the new financial regulations is not yet dry, but General Motors -- still a government majority owned firm -- is buying a subprime lender.
Within a few months, I am sure we will see a high profile victory tour by members of the Obama administration claiming credit for GM's turnaround. But make no mistake, its success has nothing to do with government.
Since we took last week off to write something patriotic for Independence Day weekend, we've got two weeks to cover today. Fortunately, every other w...
What do we do after BP fixes the gusher in the Gulf of Mexico -- days, weeks or months from now? We tell them what to do with the rest of their oil: Keep it in the ground.
Let's use the Deepwater Horizon disaster as the impetus we need as a nation to really and truly shoot for being oil-free by 2030.
Wal-Mart's pursuit of sustainability in its operations, and in particular in its supply chain, is changing the way products are made globally. Their scale will force everyone else to speed up
It's no secret I have been critical of General Motors management, right up to its bankruptcy filing a year ago. For decades, GM management focused on ...
The real scandal of the entire bailout mess was how money was funneled through AIG to pay "counterparties" like Goldman Sachs 100 cents on the dollar.
The recent outsized importance given to a small band of anti-government activists only sets up an epic struggle between Big Government Obama and the Angry Anti-Tax crowd. As usual, we ignore the majority in the middle.
In related news, Felicia Thurgood of New Salem has announced that she will be recalling her 16-year-old son, Derek, who recently failed out of his third high school.
If Toyota is embracing the lessons of the old GM, there might be a glimmer of hope for the former big three that are now producing vehicles that actually do rival the competition.
Manufacturing is essential to the US economy, but politicians seem clueless about that -- Richard McCormack explains why.