The latest news on Chrysler
Auto makers should enter bankruptcy, Rep. Tom Price writes.
If we don’t help the auto industry, it will trigger a global depression later, Ron Gettelfinger writes.
U.S. auto industry leaders have asked Congress for a bailout in the form of $34 billion in loans.
There are many flaws, but GM and Ford have made a plausible case for help.
WASHINGTON--Watch out for family fights, Mr. President-elect. Though Democrats will control both the new Congress and White House, the battle over a multibillion-dollar auto industry bailout already is pitting two major party constituencies against each other: big labor and environmentalists.
The heads of GM, Chrysler, and Ford are presenting their plans to rescue their troubled firms.
If GM or Chrysler fails, a lot of business will be up for grabs.
Green features to be a part of automaker's recovery plans, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The domestic automakers will get a bailout—but it won't help if done wrong.