by Kristofer Harrison | The National Interest | 12-09-2016

In a sense, Musk is a tragic story of how one of the world’s most talented entrepreneurs has become sidetracked by crony capitalism.

by Hannah Lutz | Automotive News | 12-01-2016

General Motors’ captive finance company will open a financial servicing center in San Antonio early next year, pending state approval, the company said. It plans hire 490 employees there.

by Staff | North Dallas Gazette | 11-21-2016

Four architectural students from Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, Texas, won top honors at the 2016 Ford Historically Black Colleges and Universities Community Challenge with a software app that enables homeowners to monitor water and energy use in real-time.

by Ken Wysocky | Automotive News | 11-14-2016

At Street Auto Group in Amarillo, Texas, charitable giving used to be a fairly straightforward affair. A golf tournament fundraiser, for example, might merit a check for $500, plus a box of beer koozies adorned with the company's name.

But since 2013, when Street Volkswagen joined the company, the dealership group has taken a more systematic and hands-on approach to community involvement.

by David Williams | The Daily Signal | 11-01-2016

From Enron to Bernie Madoff, at the end of every great American financial scandal, the totality of the perpetrators’ greed seems to be matched only by the public’s incredulity at how such a thing could be allowed to happen.

And thanks to Elon Musk, there’s a good chance we may all be asking this question again soon.