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The Subprime Lending Bubble Is Totally Bursting, Maybe

The Subprime Lending Bubble Is Totally Bursting, Maybe

Remember the Great Recession? It upended the world less than a decade ago, but already, some folks seem to have forgotten its lessons. And according to the financial blog Zero Hedge, we may be doomed to repeat them. If you're not familiar with Zero Hedge, it's well worth a look. It's written... read more

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2013 Ford Fusion

Ford Stock Price Falls: Is It The Apple Of Cars?

If you're the sort of person who enjoys similes, you could spend a lot of time comparing today's car companies to Apple. Like Apple, for example, General Motors came back... read more January 30, 2013 by 3


 
2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8

Chrysler Posts Dizzying Profits, But Will Fiat Kill Its Buzz?

Last week, Ford's second-quarter earnings figures proved that the automaker is still going strong, but also showed that Europe's financial woes are hindering Ford's progress... read more July 31, 2012 by 1


 
Ford logo

Ford Still Profitable, But Hampered By Europe

Ford released its second-quarter earnings report this morning, and among all the charts and bulletpoints, there's both good news and bad. We'll start with the good: Ford... read more July 25, 2012 by 0


 
General Motors Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan

GM Announces Big Profits; First Time Detroit's Been In The Black Since 2004

Yesterday, J.D. Power confirmed that Detroit is gaining ground on its foreign rivals in terms of vehicle dependability. Today, there's more good news for fans of the Big... read more February 16, 2012 by 4


 
2011 Saab 9-5

Saab Returns From The Brink Of Collapse With 3 New Models

To say that Saab has had a tough time the past couple of years is like saying that Alaska is slightly chilly in the winter. Since the recession hit in 2008, Saab has teetered... read more July 5, 2011 by 1


 
GM logo, with cash

GM SEC Filing Reveals Partial Details On IPO

 GM today filed registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission for its proposed Initial Public Offering (IPO). The announcement reveals the stock to be sold will... read more August 18, 2010 by 0


 
Chrysler headquarters

It's All In How You Look At It: Headlines Proclaim Millions In Losses, Gains For Chrysler

Second-quarter financial results are due from a number of automakers this week. And as much as we love poring over the numbers (we're nerds that way), we also love seeing how... read more August 9, 2010 by 1


 
USAA iPhone app

Need To Buy A Car At 2:00 AM? USAA Has An App For That.

The USAA iPhone app does a lot of nifty stuff. Apart from letting users manage their USAA accounts, pay bills, and deposit checks remotely, the app also provides many... read more July 22, 2010 by 0


 
2011 Mercedes-Benz SL Class 2-door Roadster 5.5L V8 Front Exterior View

German Luxury Brands Are Putting On The Blitz

  The global economy is giving mixed signals right now. On the thumbs-down side, unstable unemployment numbers and see-saw stock markets. On the upside, job creation, the... read more July 22, 2010 by 0


 
Mint.com's 'Goals' section, powered in part by KBB

Getting Ready For Your Next Car? Mint & KBB Want To Help You Save

When it comes to personal finance, there are three things we know for sure: 1. America's love affair with credit cards has not gone well. 2. By and large, Americans seem to... read more July 9, 2010 by 1


 
Auto loan

GM Looking To Offer More Loans To More Customers

When General Motors sold off control of GMAC, it lost more than its in-house financing arm. It lost the ability to offer loans to a broad range of consumers, particularly... read more June 24, 2010 by 10


 
Dealer

Dealers Sidestep New Consumer Protection Bill

American auto dealers were dealt a winning hand yesterday as the U.S. House of Representatives agreed to exclude auto loans from an upcoming consumer protection bill. A... read more June 23, 2010 by 12


 
2011 Ford Fiesta

Ford Beats Estimates, Posts A $2.7 Billion Profit For 2009

Not so very long ago, CEO Alan Mulally said that Ford wouldn't be "solidly profitable" until 2011, but investors will be happy to learn that the company just posted a profit... read more January 28, 2010 by 1


 
Fritz Henderson, GM CEO

General Motors Announces Q3 Results, Speedy Loan Repayment

It's been a busy day for General Motors CEO Fritz Henderson. Not only did he reveal GM's third quarter financials, but he also announced the company's souped-up plan to repay... read more November 16, 2009 by 2


 
Akio Toyoda

Toyota Posts First Profit In Months, Lifts Sales Projections

Detroit's Big Three may have grabbed most of this week's headlines, but that doesn't mean that the rest of the world's automakers have been sitting on their hands. One story... read more November 5, 2009 by 0


 

 
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