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May Sales: GM Up; Ford, DC Down; Imports Gaining

May Sales: GM Up; Ford, DC Down; Imports Gaining

May Sales: GM Up; Ford, DC Down; Imports Gaining Carmakers are expecting slightly better sales in the second half of the year after keeping sales alive with heavy dose of incentives during the first half of the year. Sales came in slightly stronger than expected in May, holding steady at an...

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How Car Magazines Yoostabee

  Related Articles:How Auto Shows “Yoostabee” The other day the legendary David E. Davis Jr. talked to Detroit's Adcraft Club. He truly has a dual personality, his... read more February 10, 2003 by 0

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     TCC'S DAILY EDITION: Feb. 3, 2003 SUBARU SIGNS UP “TOUR DE LANCE”Subaru of Amerca announces today an agreement with cycling champ Lance Armstrong to endorse... read more February 3, 2003 by 0

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Arianna and the SUV Paranoia

Related Articles: “High and Mighty”: On or Off-Track? by Joseph Szczesny (12/30/2002) Are SUVs unpatriotic? Or have anti-ute critics crossed the line? Speak out in the... read more January 11, 2003 by 0

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Rental-Car Landscape Changing

Cendant Corp. of New York has swept up most of the assets of rental car provider Budget Group Inc., which operates one of the largest rental car fleets in the United States... read more December 1, 2002 by 0

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CAW, DCX SETTLE Negotiators from the Canadian Auto Workers and DaimlerChrysler reached a settlement on a new contract at the 11th hour, narrowly averting a strike by some... read more October 16, 2002 by 0

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Refueling Fires: No Hoax

As an old skeptic I don't have much faith in various warnings of impending doom that appear in e-mail messages. My observation is that most, even those well-meaning, turn out... read more October 14, 2002 by 0

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Port Shutdown Hurts Carmakers

Related Articles: Port Shutdown Hitting Automakers by Joseph Szczesny (10/7/2002) Even though the ports along the West Coast have now re-opened under a presidential order... read more October 14, 2002 by 0

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Few carmakers have the market muscle of Ferrari, the world’s largest producer of ultra-luxury sports cars. The automaker’s newest model, the Enzo — named after the... read more October 8, 2002 by 0

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NOPI Nationals — Super-Sized!

With the stock market dropping, ports on the West Coast stopping and no sign of relief in sight, how can it be that the 15th edition of The NOPI Nationals Super Show, held... read more October 6, 2002 by 0

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Sept. Sales: Signs of Slowdown

The tempo of new car and truck sales slowed during September but sales still increased by 3 percent overall, despite a decline in consumer confidence. The annualized rate in... read more October 1, 2002 by 0

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BREAKING NEWS: GM AVERTS STRIKE IN CANADA General Motors and the Canadian Auto Workers have reached agreement on a new three-year labor contract that includes three-percent... read more September 18, 2002 by 0

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WJR: 9/11 One Year Later

The timing of last year’s terrorist attacks couldn’t have been worse for the U.S. economy, which was already slipping into recession. Yet a year later, despite boardroom... read more September 11, 2002 by 0

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FORD SEES Q3 PROFIT With sales running strong through August, Ford is predicting that it will turn a small profit in the third quarter. In a release Monday, Ford said that it... read more September 10, 2002 by 0

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Perhaps the best-known automotive brand name in the world, Rolls has gone out of production—but just temporarily. The last Silver Seraph sedan rolled off the assembly line... read more September 10, 2002 by 0

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AUGUST SALES GOOD FOR N.A. AND ASIA Car sales increased more than 13 percent in August as heavy-duty incentives and robust sales by both domestic and Asian manufacturers... read more September 5, 2002 by 0


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