Where Have You Gone, Lee Iacocca

Where Have You Gone, Lee Iacocca
by Roger C. Lanctot on 07-04-2019 at 8:00 am

Image RemovedThe automotive industry is a funny business. It is simultaneously ruled by ego driven “visionaries” and penny-pinching bean counters. (Don’t believe me? Just ask Bob Lutz.) This id-superego tension plays out in business section headlines every day most recently including the death of FCA’s… Read More


What does the Ford Mustang and Intel’s Gordon Moore Have in Common with Local Motors?

What does the Ford Mustang and Intel’s Gordon Moore Have in Common with Local Motors?
by Charles DiLisio on 11-06-2014 at 11:00 pm

1964 Vision, Volume and Moore’s Law
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The 1964 New York World’s Fair saw Lee Iacocca, then a young 40 year old General Manager, introduce a car that inspired “total performance” and was for a “young America out to have a good time.” This young America would become the baby boomer generation. The Mustang was revolutionary… Read More