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Listen to How the Coronavirus is Crushing the U.S. Auto Industry

Listen to How the Coronavirus is Crushing the U.S. Auto Industry

The uncertainty surrounding the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the automotive industry stems not only from the rapid spread of the virus but also the response from government at the federal, state and local levels. Publisher Paul Eisenstein offers his thoughts on The Craig Fahle Show.

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Paris Motor Show Latest to Cancel Due to Coronavirus Pandemic
Paris Motor Show Latest to Cancel Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

The City of Light will be a little darker in October as the Paris Motor Show has become the latest in a growing list of automotive events to cancel – or, in some cases, postpone – due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Check out the story at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Ford Again Delays Production Restart; Others Likely to Follow
Ford Again Delays Production Restart; Others Likely to Follow

Ford Motor Co. has again indefinitely delayed the start-up of its North American manufacturing network due to the worsening coronavirus pandemic. The one exception is the Michigan plant building ventilators. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

FCA Cuts Pay of Senior Executives, Salaried Employees
FCA Cuts Pay of Senior Executives, Salaried Employees

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V has followed the lead of General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co. slashing executive salaries and trimming the pay of salaried employees worldwide. Get the details at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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Better Late Than Never: Kia Reveals 2021 Sorento
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Paris Motor Show Latest to Cancel Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

Paris Motor Show Latest to Cancel Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

The City of Light will be a little darker in October as the Paris Motor Show has become the latest in a growing list of automotive events to cancel – or, in some cases, postpone – due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Check out the story at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Ford Again Delays Production Restart; Others Likely to Follow

Ford Again Delays Production Restart; Others Likely to Follow

Ford Motor Co. has again indefinitely delayed the start-up of its North American manufacturing network due to the worsening coronavirus pandemic. The one exception is the Michigan plant building ventilators. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

FCA Cuts Pay of Senior Executives, Salaried Employees

FCA Cuts Pay of Senior Executives, Salaried Employees

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V has followed the lead of General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co. slashing executive salaries and trimming the pay of salaried employees worldwide. Get the details at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Ford, GE Set to Launch New Ventilator Operation on April 20

Ford, GE Set to Launch New Ventilator Operation on April 20

Ford Motor Co. will begin production of ventilators needed to treat desperately ill COVID-19 patients by April 20, the automaker announced Monday, while it is already working with GE Healthcare to rapidly expand that company’s production of the medical devices. Get details at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Listen to How the Coronavirus is Crushing the U.S. Auto Industry

Listen to How the Coronavirus is Crushing the U.S. Auto Industry

The uncertainty surrounding the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the automotive industry stems not only from the rapid spread of the virus but also the response from government at the federal, state and local levels. Publisher Paul Eisenstein offers his thoughts on The Craig Fahle Show.

BMW Reveals New Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Technology

BMW Reveals New Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Technology

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National Average for Gas Prices Tumbles Below $2 a Gallon

National Average for Gas Prices Tumbles Below $2 a Gallon

With tens of millions of Americans sheltering in place, a growing glut of fuel has translated into a rapid plunge in gas prices, pumps across the country now dipping below an average $2 a gallon. Find out where things are heading at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Toyota Product Plans Leak Out

Toyota Product Plans Leak Out

With everything shut down these days, many are craving a return to some form of normalcy. Toyota appears ready to return to regularity with an onslaught of new products and recently some of those plans were revealed. Go to TheDetroitBureau.com to see what Toyota is working on bringing out.

Pressure on Automakers Rises as Shutdown Gets Extended

Pressure on Automakers Rises as Shutdown Gets Extended

The extension of the rules for social distancing and the shutdown on non-essential businesses through April is certain to intensify the strain on automakers, reducing their cash flow sharply as sales of new vehicles continue to fall precipitously. Get the latest at TheDetroitBureau.com.

2020 Detroit Auto Show Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

2020 Detroit Auto Show Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

The 2020 North American International Auto Show, which was supposed to take place in June for the first time has, instead, been canceled due to the worsening coronavirus crisis. The TCF Center is being reserved for use as a field hospital by FEMA. Get details at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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