Howes: How Big Three automakers can prove they’ve learned from the past
Can you teach an old dog new tricks? In this case, the "old dog" is the Big Three automakers.
Detroit News business columnist Daniel Howes thinks we're about to find out, for better or for worse.
He says auto sales are down for six consecutive months over last year. One critique of the Big Three automakers is that they are not able to manage a downturn in sales.
Howes joined Stateside to explain how General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler must change in order to show investors they have learned from their past mistakes and can compete with Tesla.
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