Welcome to the Dashboard

04 March 2013 Dashboard Insights Blog

No matter what kind of vehicle you drive, you need information. For as long as most of us can remember, that information has come on the dashboard. These days, there is more information than ever. Where am I going? Where have I been? How will I get there?  What am I hearing along the way?  How much further can I travel? Anything you need to know in your vehicle, your dashboard tells you. When it comes to the Automotive Industry, that is the goal of Dashboard Insights, Foley & Lardner LLP’s new blog.

The Automotive Industry in the United States and the World was on the upswing in 2012. That upswing looks to be continuing in 2013 and beyond. Foley and its contributors are there to help navigate the future and provide the insight into the industry that you need, right here in this blog. Find out here what is going on with the OEMs and their suppliers. Discover the regulatory, financial, environmental, labor, antitrust, intellectual property and litigation issues facing the industry. Get a perspective on international competition, managing supply chains in a global industry and more, right here on the dashboard.

Where am I going? Where have I been? How will I get there? What am I hearing along the way? How much further can I travel? Keep reading our blog and find out.

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