Friday, October 1 at 9:30 p.m.
More than a year has passed since General Motors and Chrysler went through bankruptcy and they are still here. But they are much smaller and no U.S. automaker has even a 20 percent share of the market. So where does the industry go from here? And what does the future hold for Ford?Read more
Friday, June 12, 2009
Chrysler has emerged from bankruptcy and entered a sort of shotgun marriage with Italian carmaker Fiat. General Motors filed for bankruptcy in June of 2009. Ford continues to lose money at a staggering rate. What could possibly be next for America's Big Three?
Dr. Sean McAlinden, Executive Vice President for Research and Chief Economist for the non-profit Center for Automotive Research, and David E. Davis, Jr., found of Automobile magazine and currently a columnist for Car and Driver magazine, join host Jack Lessenberry to try and make sense of the latest developments in the U.S. auto industry.
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