Recent Articles By The Author
Getting to 54 MPG Will Change What We Drive
Automakers must rethink the car to meet the new fuel efficiency rules by 2025.
Twitter's Legal Battle: Who Owns Your Tweets?
What about all that personal information you've given Twitter? Or tweets you deleted? Or drafts you saved?
Hyundai's US Growing Pains
The Korean automaker finds itself with a good problem: its U.S. plants are close to hitting full capacity.
'Wind Down' of Fannie, Freddie: 'Positive for Housing'?
The U.S. Treasury Department is changing the terms of the capital support agreement for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Here's the Secret to Making Money in Stocks This Year
Forget all those charts, because stock market investing has been easy in 2012: Just look for all the companies that did poorly last year.
Audi Sees Big 'Upside' in US: CEO Scott Keogh
Is Audi finally going to fulfill its promise in the U.S. and become one of the leading luxury car brands?
Why Private Job Creation Is Even Slower Than It Looks
Private-sector job growth relied on to fuel the employment recovery is even weaker than it looks.
Buy, Sell or Rent: Americans Rewrite the Dream
Buying is cheaper than renting, yet a third of Americans still choose to rent rather than to own.
Is LinkedIn the Anti-Facebook?
On the eve of LinkedIn's earnings report, investors are wondering if it will remain a rare success story.
Obama Gets Big 'No' On Slashing Mortgage Debt
A federal regulator will not allow Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to reduce mortgage principal.