WHERE TO WATCH
China Cuts Tariffs on Auto Imports
May 23, 2018
Updated 6mo ago
Keith Bradsher, Pulitzer prize-winning Shanghai Bureau Chief for the New York Times, talks about what China's reduction in auto import tariffs means for the auto industry.
Bradley Tusk: Incompetence and Arrogance To Blame For Failed Amazon Deal
Feb 7, 2019
Ford's Chicago Investment Is an Investment in America, Ford's Joe Hinrichs Says
As GM makes cuts across North America, Ford is investing. The Dearborn, Michigan-based automaker announced on Thursday a $1 billion investment into Chicago's South Side to expand production of the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator. It will also go toward adding about 500 new jobs and protecting about 6,000 existing ones. "We are really proud of what we do here in America," Joe Hinrichs, Ford Motor Company president of the Americas, told Cheddar. "We are the largest producer of vehicles in America, largest manufacturing employment base ... and a leading exporter. This investment in the South Side of Chicago is an embodiment of what we do in America."
Feb 6, 2019
GM's Cost-Cutting Plan Leads to Better-Than-Expected Earnings
GM shares moved higher after posting a beat on EPS and revenue, citing strong pricing and the successful launch of its full-size truck. Tim Stevens, Editor-at-Large at Roadshow, joined to dive into the results.
Feb 11, 2019
Markets Hold Steady Ahead Of U.S.- China Trade Talks
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is set to meet with Chinese officials on Thursday. Ed Moya, Chief Market Strategist at Oanda, joined Cheddar to discuss what he's watching this week.