On this week’s Autoline John McElroy and a panel of expert analysts dive into the topic of automotive mergers. Joining the panel are Paul Eisenstein from The Detroit Bureau, Fortune’s Doron Levin and Jason Stein from Automotive News.
Driving, riding, roads and of course cars themselves have all been immortalized by writers, composers and musicians around the world. Auto Tune is our way to spotlight a unique transportation song to celebrate these “ridden” gems along with the artists or composers who crafted them. Some you may know, many we’re sure you don’t.
It was 1966, the greatest year in music but that observation is for another column. In movies there’s was nothing hotter than the nascent James Bond series. The fourth installment of Ian Fleming’s Super Spy, Thunderball, was still basking in critical acclaim and filling theaters as the team began work on the next film in the suite “You Only Live Twice.”
Meanwhile in music, the Beatles and the Beach Boys were waging a spirited battle for the hearts, minds & wallets of the music listening public. In fact, while the rest of the band toured Europe, head Beach Boy Brian Wilson stayed home in California creating what would become arguably the greatest pop album of all time.
- Takata is the Biggest Recall in History
- Honda Goes Back to Basics
- Blood, Sweat & Beers
- Volvo Safety Has Your Back
- XC90 Hybrid Comes with Level II Charger
- NAFTA Car Sales Could Hit 20 Million
- The Next Big Name
In each edition of Autoline Daily Insight we get in-depth analysis from insiders and experts on the issues that drive the news in global automotive industry.
Some automakers are leaving billions of dollars on the table according to a recent study by Planning Perspectives, Inc. It all has to do with improving relationships with suppliers. To see how OEM heads of purchasing are rated by their suppliers, John McElroy sat down with Planning Perspectives President John Henke.
To get more information about the Planning Perspectives report, visit www.ppi1.com.