Editorials

Make cost cuts for the right reasons

While cost controls might telegraph prudence — especially to investors — they also carry great risk, depending on the timing and scope.

Waiting for the Chinese? They're already here.

Now that the Chinese are here in force, it's important to understand what that means.


Hackett's vision for Ford is still a blur

Investors, dealers and employees alike are hungry for clear targets and tangible evidence that the Ford Motor Co. is moving forward, not flailing around.

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The last temptation of Elon Musk

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It seems alive and well

Automotive News Editor-In-Chief Keith Crain points to Detroit's Dream Cruise and other auto shows as evidence America's love affair with cars hasn't died.


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Keep dealers in subscription loop

Dealers don't want to miss out on what could be a sizable new revenue stream, one that also might take away from the traditional sales and leases that they do handle.


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