Lyft's Board Allegedly Debated Ousting Their CEO 

The legal battle between Lyft and its former COO is shaping up to be a long, ugly fight. The on-demand car company has accused Travis VanderZanden of stealing tens of thousands of secret company documents before he joined Lyft's main competitor, Uber. Now VanderZanden has fired back in a new court filing, saying he… » 11/10/14 4:28pm 11/10/14 4:28pm

Dealership Pays Settlement Of $128,750 For Firing Disabled Employee

Some dealerships have a hard time understanding laws, such as those dealing with lemon cars or fraud. Now that Ford dealer just reached a settlement because they fired an employee who became disabled after surgery, we can add disability law to that list of things that dealers struggle with. » 11/08/14 10:00am 11/08/14 10:00am

Dealership Manager Says He Was Fired For Refusing Bible Study

I'll be the first to say that while there a number of "stealerships" still around, there are good dealers that are trying to do the right thing. I never thought that would involve forcing employees into religious meetings; a former sales manager claims he was fired because he wouldn't pray. » 9/05/14 1:45pm 9/05/14 1:45pm

This Disturbing Powerpoint Shows Why GM Failed To Protect Customers

If there's a smoking gun in this whole GM fiasco it might be this: An internal PowerPoint presentation released by the government that makes it clear the company went to great lengths to discourage people from talking frankly about safety problems, even if that problem scared them, their family, and was obviously a… » 5/16/14 11:47am 5/16/14 11:47am

Court Docs: A Chevy Cobalt Can Shut Down Without Heavy Keys

Recalls, potential fines, and now a criminal investigation: These are all the tribulations General Motors now faces thanks to a faulty ignition switch cited in 12 fatal crashes. But is it really all just because drivers had too much stuff on their key rings? Court documents reviewed by Jalopnik show a more complex… » 3/13/14 4:45pm 3/13/14 4:45pm