The American Entrepreneur Episode #1,317 originally aired on August 26, 2011
When it comes to the American automobile industry, few, if any, can match the longevity, infamy, and bravado of Bob Lutz. From unveiling the first Jeep Grand Cherokee by driving it through a plate glass window to dismissing Ford’s survival without a government bailout as “dumb luck,” Lutz has been hailed by many as a throwback to a brasher, bolder era, when the U.S. was king of the road when it came to the global auto industry. It’s an attitude that Lutz wears proudly on his sleeve today, and he talks with The American Entrepreneur Ron Morris about his time as an integral part of each of the “Big Three,” his outlook for the future of the American automobile, and his theory that the American auto industry needs more Bob Lutz’s.
Helping the Oil and Gas Industry Find Their Way When it Comes to Marcellus Shale: Jessica Wright
As part of the “Marcellus Shale: Energizing Pennsylvania’s Future” series on American Entrepreneur Radio, Ron Morris profiles business owners who are capitalizing on the emergence of the Marcellus Shale. Ron talks with Jessica Wright, the President of True Mapping Inc., about her company, which provides maps as well as geologic information to drillers and other Marcellus workers in order to maximize the efficiency of their efforts.