In the age of global enterprise software, US carmakers are re-learning the secrets of efficiency
By Fred Thomas, Industry Director, Apriso
After the government provided a $17.4 billion lifeline to two of the largest US automakers last year, most Americans still thought that the big Detroit three – GM, Chrysler and Ford – were down for the count.
Over the last few decades, we've seen domestic car sales from American companies slide from MOREApr 5, 2010 1:53 PM ET
Government needs to support research for clean energy-powered cars. But auto makers need to make their own success.
By Steve Westly and Mindy Lubber
America's auto industry is at an unprecedented crossroads.
At the core of the debate is whether American car companies can adapt to a changing marketplace where the demand for greater fuel efficiency and cutting edge design supersedes brand loyalty and vehicle size.
The auto industry of tomorrow – which MOREDec 1, 2009 6:00 AM ET
By Michael V. Copeland
LAS VEGAS -- The quiet here in a booth sponsored by Dell is at odds with the pandemonium all around at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Four plywood lounge chairs designed by Charles and Ray Eames sit on a dark floor made of some obviously recycled material. In one chair , a guy with headphones covering most of his head quietly taps on a laptop. Squares of MORETodd Woody - Jan 8, 2008 1:02 AM ET
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