Columbus, Ga. headlines a group of southern cities who forecast strong hiring in the first quarter of 2010.
US Energy Secretary Steven Chu has said that hydrogen-fueled cars will not be pratical for a decade. But researchers at Hyundai-Kia Motors in South Korea say they're on course to make them in six years.
Some 80 percent of its $38 billion economic stimulus package is for clean technology. But environmentalists say half the money is 'greenwash.'
Overall sales plummeted with the end of 'cash for clunkers.' Ford has taken a hit too, but it's still doing better than Toyota, Honda, or Nissan.
In a survey of customer satisfaction, American-made brands pull even for the first time in a decade. GM's Cadillac ties for first place.
General Motors will drop four of its eight nameplates. What about service and warranties?
In the South, host to foreign-owned plants, there is little sympathy held for Detroit.