The Electric Rivian Rises, Why Does Wall Street Hate Ford And More

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On today’s show, the first half is auto news and the back half a grab bag of other stuff:

– A big investment round for Rivian (Sven’s story on Autoblog here:

– Why does Wall Street hate Ford? We discuss.

– The Dodge Ram pickup gets a top safety rating

– Rochester Mills brewery is bought by a California firm

– Nathaniel Wallace is named the new Detroit Director of the Knight Foundation, putting a person of color in an important seat 

– Longtime Detroit (and then Cleveland) sportscaster Fred McLeod suddenly died at the age of 67.

– And the Grand Hotel up on Mackinac Island has been sold to a private equity group.

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