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  1. Ford Store borrows from Apple in bid to move brand upscale in Europe

    Ford Brand News - Global
    Ford Store borrows from Apple in bid to move brand upscale in Europe AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE The furniture, light fixtures and the overall look and feel of each Vignale Lounge will be inspired by the vehicles sold as part of Ford's new premium trim line for Europe. Vignale-badged versions of...
  2. Chrysler 100, midsize CUV and plug-in hybrid minivan launch bid to go mainstream

    Chrysler Group Discussion
    Chrysler 100, midsize CUV and plug-in hybrid minivan launch bid to go mainstream Gardner set a sales target of 800,000 units by 2018, which marks an increase of 350,000 units compared to its 2013 sales results. That's a pretty big ask for a brand that's struggled to define itself over the past...
  3. 1968 Shelby EXP 500 fails to sell at Barrett-Jackson despite $1.8 million bid

    Mustang Discussion
    1968 Shelby EXP 500 fails to sell at Barrett-Jackson despite $1.8 million bid Autoblog January 19, 2013 by Jeremy Korzeniewski EXP, in the case of the 1968 Ford Mustang you see above, stands for Experimental. You see, this is one of the cars used by the Shelby American team in the development...
  4. Jaguar bid worries Tata shareholders

    European Competition
    Tata Motors Ltd.'s pursuit of Ford Motor Co.'s Jaguar and Land Rover luxury units spurred A.S. Thiyaga Rajan to sell 99 percent of his shares in India's biggest truckmaker. He isn't alone in dumping the stock. The Mumbai-based company is down 11 percent since Jan. 3, when it was named Ford's...
  5. Tata, Mahindra & Mahindra submit revised bid for Land Rover, Jaguar

    European Competition
    Tata, Mahindra & Mahindra submit revised bid for Land Rover, Jaguar LONDON: India's Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra and a third player in race to acquire US auto giant Ford Motor Co's two British brands, Land Rover and Jaguar, have submitted their revised bids, a UK media report said. The...
  6. DowJones Market Watch: Bancroft's Denver trust to vote against News Corp. bid: WSJ

    The Lounge
    Bancroft's Denver trust to vote against News Corp. bid: WSJ By Gabriel Madway Last Update: 12:54 PM ET Jul 27, 2007 SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- The Denver branch of the Bancroft family, which holds a 9.1% voting stake in Dow Jones & Co. (DJ :54.70, +0.98, +1.8% ) , plans to vote against...
  7. FT: Aston Martin Bid in Doubt

    European Competition
    The consortium led by David Richards, founder of motor sport group Prodrive which has made a final round bid for Aston Martin, is said to be struggling to get debt financing for its offer to buy the luxury car marque, reports the Telegraph. Mr Richards is spearheading a consortium - which...
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