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TCC's Daily Edition: 9/5/01
TCC's Daily Edition: 9/5/01

AUGUST SALES: A LONG, COLD SUMMER FOR DOMESTICS General Motors, Ford and Chrysler each took a big hit in vehicle sales during August. The Chrysler Group felt the biggest slap of all, with a 24% overall drop in sales of cars and trucks versus August 2000. The General’s 8% decline in August sales...Read More»

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Weekly News: March 5, 2001

DAIMLERCHRYSLER ANNOUNCES RESTRUCTURING PLAN DaimlerChrysler revealed some specifics of its three-year, $3.09 billion company-wide restructuring plan. The plan will see a total of 35,500 jobs cut, in an attempt to bring Chrysler, and also Mitsubishi, to profitability by 2003. DaimlerChrysler put...Read More»

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Week of October 16, 2000

BRIDGESTONE FIRESTONE SHAKEUPEXPLORER CRASHES HIGH WITH GOODYEAR, TOOCHRYSLER WILL GET M-B TRANSMISSIONS, ENGINESCA JUDGE ORDERS MASSIVE FORD RECALLDC FORMS E-COMMERCE GROUPDELPHI AND PALM HOOK UPTOYOTA LOWERS U.K. PRICESQUALITY DOWN ON SOME TOP MODELSTEXACO BUYS GM SHARE OF BATTERY...Read More»

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Headlight News Weekly for October 16, 2000

BRIDGESTONE FIRESTONE SHAKEUPEXPLORER CRASHES HIGH WITH GOODYEAR, TOOCHRYSLER WILL GET M-B TRANSMISSIONS, ENGINESCA JUDGE ORDERS MASSIVE FORD RECALLDC FORMS E-COMMERCE GROUPDELPHI AND PALM HOOK UPTOYOTA LOWERS U.K. PRICESQUALITY DOWN ON SOME TOP MODELSTEXACO BUYS GM SHARE OF BATTERY...Read More»

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Week of October 9, 2000

ANOTHER FIRESTONE PROBLEM TIRERECORD NUMBER OF RECALLS2001 FUEL-ECONOMY RATINGS RELEASEDPROTON AND ROVERJAPAN FINES MITSUBISHITOP FIRESTONE OFFICIALS TO BE REPLACEDCALIFORNIA APPROVES ZEV SUBSIDYROUSH TO MAKE FASTER FORDSDAEWOO TO BUILD NEW FACILITYSCIENTISTS WILL REVIEW ROLLOVER RATINGSEXPLORER...Read More»

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Week of September 11, 2000

FIRESTONE FACES FEDS ON WEDSFIRESTONE MAKES PACT WITH WORKERSFORD CRITICIZES FIRESTONE IN TESTIMONYFORD LOOKS TO GOODYEARDC MAY RENEGOTIATE DC DEALMITSUBISHI BLUNDERSJAGUAR CONSIDERS ALUMINUMVOLVO, AUTOLIV BECOME EMSTOYOTA GOES ONSTAR FOR LSGM CUTS ELDORADO PRODUCTIONPORSCHE PLANS LATIN...Read More»

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August 29, 2000

DC WILL EXPAND ALABAMA PLANT DaimlerChrysler yesterday announced a $600-million expansion of its Tuscaloosa, Alabama, facilities. The expansion could effectively double production capacity of Mercedes-Benz M-Class sport-utility vehicles, from 80,000 up to 160,000 vehicles per year. The Alabama...Read More»

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Week of December 13, 1999

GM GETS 20 PERCENT OF SUBARUTHE URGE TO MERGEFEDS WANT TRUNK HANDLES BY 2001SAFETY IS TOP CONCERN WITH CONSUMERSAUTOMAKERS AWAIT AIRBAG RULINGCHRYSLERS CRASH BADLY AT NHTSAONLINE BUYING NOT ALWAYS A BARGAINFORD WANTS TEXAS RULE OVERTURNEDGM SHARE HIT HISTORIC LOW IN NOVEMBERGM REVAMPS TRUCK...Read More»

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Week of November 29, 1999

NOVEMBER SALES JUMP; GM SHARE TO DROP?UAW ON EDGE IN LORDSTOWNHONDA TO DC: WE’RE NOT ON THE BLOCKMORE DC-PEUGEOT MUTTERINGSVW TO SPEND BIG ON NEW MODELSMITSU LOSSES MOUNTDC VAN SALES WILT WITH COMPETITIONASTRO/SAFARI CUTBACKS PLANNEDINDIANA IN LINE FOR SECOND TOYOTA PLANTFORD PLANS LUXURY-DEALER...Read More»

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Week of October 25, 1999

MITSU’S ON THE MARKETNISSAN MAY DITCH SUBARU STAKERENAULT MAY BOOST NISSAN HOLDINGSDC NOT TALKING TO ANYONEEATON’S RETIREMENT SEEN SOONGM SLASHES DEVELOPMENT TIMEGM GETS USED-CAR STORE, FINALLYISUZU GIVES LONGEST WARRANTYPIRELLI DENIES CONTI MERGERFORD, MAZDA PLAN ON 250K UTESPAILLART DITCHES...Read More»

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Week of October 18, 1999

NHTSA DEFLATES SIDE AIRBAGSFORD UNVEILS NEW STRUCTUREGM MAKES $877 MILLION IN Q3DODGE COMES BACK TO NASCARGM STICKS WITH DEALER BUYOUTSQUEBEC BIDS TO KEEP GM PLANTGM, SUZUKI TO BUILD CAR IN JAPANGM, DAEWOO TALK ON ALLIANCEFIAT ANGLING FOR SAMSUNGVAUXHALL TO SELL ONLINEVW SUES VW(.NET) NHTSA...Read More»

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Week of August 16, 1999

FIAT SAYS ‘NO COMMENT" TO TCC REPORTGAS PRICES HIT 22-MONTH HIGHSENTRA WILL BE "SULEV"FORD, HARLEY CRUISE TOGETHERGM, TOYOTA TO BUILD UTES?BEETLE IS BEST FOR FRONT PASSENGERCOBRA STANG RECALL?OPEL LOSES $440 MILLIONFORD TESTING CONCIERGE SERVICEFOCUS GOES LIVEGM GOES ONLINE FOR FUTURECHRYSLER...Read More»

DIY Hoverwing. Image via The Nelson Mail.
Week of August 2, 1999

JULY SALES SCORCHINGPOWER DROPS SATURN A NOTCHCOBRA 'STANG HAS LEAKY BRAKESFEDS STUDY DC, GM GAS TANKSDC SAYS NO TO ACQUISITIONS THIS YEARGM ASKS VERDICT BE OVERTURNEDTRUCK COUPONS BOOMERANG ON GMCADDY TO DUMP LOGOHONDA TO BUILD NEW ENGINE PLANTFORD WANTS TO SELL MORE TIRESAUTOBYTEL BUYS...Read More»

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Week of July 19, 1999

FORD EARNS Q2 RECORD $2.5 BILLION GM IS FORTUNE 500’S TOP COMPANY NEW SEAT BELTS STRETCH FOR SAFETY RANGER, TRACKER CATCH CAIR IN TESTS MINIS, SUVS TO RULE AUTO PRODUCTION MITSU MULLING AMERICAN-MADE SUV GRAND CHEROKEE SLOWS DOWN GM TO TAKE SAAB? USED-CAR WEB SITES TO MERGE NISSAN NEEDS TO TURN...Read More»

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Week of July 5, 1999

JUNE SALES STAY HOT BUICK CITY TURNS OUT THE LIGHTS GM BUYS INTO HUMMER EPA WANTS CLEAN-AIR RULES BACK DC SAYS MINIVANS ARE SAFE FEDS LOOK INTO GM TRUCKS FORD RECALLS CONTOUR/MYSTIQUE DC REVAMPS STYLING DEPARTMENT IT'S CURTAINS FOR 3000GT, CUTLASS GHOSN TAKES RENAULT TO NISSAN KELLER GOES TO...Read More»

DIY Hoverwing. Image via The Nelson Mail.
Week of Feb. 1, 1999

HAVE YOU DRIVEN A VOLVO LATELY?VOLVO KEEPS ON TRUCKINGGM DENIES VOLVO COUNTERBIDIS NISSAN MORE THAN DAIMLERCHRYSLER CAN CHEW? NEW CHILD-SEAT STANDARDS COMING PEDESTRIANS, BABIES AT RISKBMW SALES CLIMB, BUT IS “BP” IN TROUBLE?GM AD PLAN HITS SNAG OLDS DEEP-SIXES THE EIGHTY-EIGHTPORSCHE DIALS...Read More»

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