The Week in Reverse

July 15, 2005
It's just not right to charge prostitutes to the company's ledger. Expect earnings restatements from TCC shortly.

Ford has learned a lot from customers visiting its Fusion Web site. They haven't learned cold fusion yet, but when they do, we imagine the whole carmaking thing will turn into a hobby.

The Big Three are heading to becoming the Big Six. By 2100, we expect the auto industry to be a collection of 463 Dorito-sized companies once more.

J.D. Power says GM pulled sales forward with employee discounts. Yeah, that's the same thing they said about Girl Scout Cookies, and well, yes, it is time to pull the fat jeans out, thanks for asking.

Could cell phones possibly be responsible for increasing car accidents fourfold? Did we tell you we're writing this entry from Interstate 80? Could someone please call 911?

Drumroll please: the most reliable European car sold in America is...a Jaguar. In other news, it often freezes over in Hell, Mich., so we're out of metaphors.

Thanks to Hurricane Dennis, every road through Navarre Beach, Florida, is the road less traveled.

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