WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert talked with some of those attending the Automotive Golf Classic, an annual fund raiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs
“Whenever Warren Buffett, or his company Berkshire Hathaway makes a substantial investment in a company, the stock, at least over the next day, or in trading that day, will rise.”
Retired Ford CEO Harold “Red” Poling has died.
Ford says a four-year old effort to improve its brand image is paying off.
A new study shows that better supplier relations are becoming the norm among auto companies.
It looks like auto plants will be humming through the summer of 2012, as the major automakers work to build more products to meet increased demand.
The April performance of an all new Focus is giving a glimpse at Ford’s future in China.
Today’s Car Chronicles takes a look at the way changes in European governments may impact American auto companies in their efforts to turn around the European operations.
General Motors improved its earnings in North America, making $1.7 billion in its home market.
Belvidere, Toluca and Toledo Supplier Park will join Jefferson North in staying open