Deep Throat: Follow the money.
Bob Woodward: What do you mean? Where?
Deep Throat: Oh, I can't tell you that.
Bob Woodward: But you could tell me that.
Deep Throat: No, I have to do this my way. You tell me what you know, and I'll confirm. I'll keep you in the right direction if I can, but that's all. Just. . . follow the money.
All the President’s Men, screenplay by William Goldman
OK. The Woodward and Bernstein reference may be a bit exaggerated, but Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s David Welch, who covers mergers & acquisitions, Autoextremist Peter DeLorenzo, Autoline’s John McElroy, and your autofieldblogger talk money, politics, managerial intrigue, and a good deal of automotive technology in this episode of “Autoline After Hours.”
Tesla Model S
One of the subjects that they look into with some vigor and possible depth is Tesla, the little electric car company that apparently can: What’s the future for that company? And an obvious foil, of course, is Fisker, which evidentially can’t and has had executives in front of Congress talking about it.
There’s that and much, much more, which you can see here. . .