BLOG: Jake Lingeman
General Motors' plans for job cuts, ten years after its bailout, draws criticism.
An Automotive News reader writes that the story of the Saudi woman and car buff, Amjad Alamri, and change in the Saudi automotive market gives him hope for the future.
The Chevy Volt was not the product of Chapter 11, writes an Automotove News reader, it was well on its way before the reorganization.
GM has many stakeholders that it must answer to, and do right by, as it undertakes this restructuring. But as of five years ago this week, the federal government isn't one of them.
Billions of dollars are being spent on autonomoous vehicle technology, but where is the consumer demand?
General Motors should keep the Chevy Volt and make it all-electric, according to one Automotive News reader.
Mary Barra's decision to kill the Volt demonstrates a lack of leadership at General Motors, according to one Automotive News reader.
Developing technologies could mean many more years of life for the internal combustion engine.
A reader questions General Motors' priorities with its new mission to increase profits and cash and reduce its workforce.
Charges of financial impropriety against Carlos Ghosn raise questions about whether the auto leader had too much power.