That's one remarkable recoveryMon, 12, Sep 2016
Now that U.S. sales are all but officially declared to have plateaued, we can sit back and take stock of what just happened. And what just happened was remarkable - the longest-lasting post-recession sales rebound in modern history.
NAMAD: Prepare for declineSat, 30, Jul 2016
Ford mulls new Russia investment as first-quarter sales jump 93%Thu, 14, Apr 2016
GM, Ford have underestimated vulnerability to recession, analyst warnsWed, 24, Feb 2016
Detroit 3 lost 3.5M in sales. Who found them?Mon, 11, Jan 2016
When's the next downturn? Watch these 2 numbersMon, 02, Nov 2015
When do will the good times stop rolling in the U.S. auto industry? To anticipate the next downturn, a new Standard & Poor's report says automakers and suppliers should keep an eye on two key indexes.
Continental's CFO calls China stock effect an 'overreaction'Fri, 04, Sep 2015
Europe sales up 9% in July as economies reboundMon, 24, Aug 2015
VW, FCA, GM at risk as Brazil slump worsensMon, 15, Jun 2015
VW, Fiat Chrysler, GM and Ford are all likely to be hit hard by a downturn in Brazil's auto industry this year that's expected to be the worst since 1998, according to the national automakers association Anfavea.
Post-recession ripplesMon, 04, May 2015
Dealership employees, payrolls top prerecession levelsMon, 20, Apr 2015
U.S. dealerships added to their employee count for the fifth year in a row last year, causing the average store's payroll to rise sharply above its pre-recession levels. The average wage of $55,000 per employee ranks as one of the highest of any retail trade.
All in all, rescue of automakers was a successMon, 13, Apr 2015
Certainly, the governmental bodies and their respective taxpayers lost some money on the rescue of General Motors and Chrysler. But it was far less than what the cost to them and the North American economy would have been if the automakers had been allowed to fail in 2009.