Depreciation hits electric cars hard - CNBC
Published: Thursday, 26 Dec 2013
By: Chris Woodyard
Plug-in electric cars may be cutting-edge technology, but an analysis suggests that most will depreciate more dramatically over five years than their conventional counterparts...
Young Car Buyers Coming Back, Picking Korean Brands - CMBC
Wednesday, 26 Sep 2012
By: Phil LeBeau
There’s a change in auto showrooms around the country. Sales to young buyers between the ages of 18 to 24 are up for the first time since 2007.
There’s also an increase this year in sales of...
Behind Ford's Strategy
Airtime: Wed. Jan. 12 2011 | 0:00 ST ET
Cramer takes you behind the scenes at Ford Motor Company.
If you can stomach Jim Cramer this is a very good video. Mulally at his best.
Cramer Says Ford (F) Shares 'Going to $17' - StreetInsider
March 17, 2010 2:29 PM EDT
On CNBC's Stop Trading!, Jim Cramer just proclaimed that Ford (NYSE: F) shares are "going to $17".
The stock has spiked in the last few minutes of trading as Moody's has just upgraded the ratings of both Ford...
heard that Mr. M will be on CNBC-Cramer-MadMoney today
6pm Eastern & repeat 11pm
part of Cramer's "Invest In America" series that I haven't been following - 'til now
also, I won't be able to see the first showing but may post about the repeat if it's worthwhile...
& POST A LINK
...or see if I...
How Mulally Got Ford Back in The Black - CNBC
Published: Monday, 2 Nov 2009 | 9:25 AM ET
By: Phil LeBeau
Reporters and editors are already calling Ford's [F 7.58 0.58 (+8.29%)] third quarter earnings surprising. And yes, it is surprising when analysts are expecting a...
Could Ford Catch Toyota?
Published: Monday, 31 Aug 2009 | 9:19 AM ET
By: Phil LeBeau
These are fun days at Ford. After staring bankruptcy in the eye and surviving a horrific slump in sales, the auto maker is rolling. Sure, it's not yet back in the black, but it has the big "MO"...
Ford's Favored Status
If actions speak louder than words, watch how the Obama administration is dealing with Ford lately.
When the President announced new CAFE standards at the White House, who were the two industry leaders positioned to stand out from the other auto executives...
sorry I can't provide any links now...
JUST heard Phil LeBeau of CNBC say GM released word that Pontiac will be killed next week
:( :mad: :( :mad: :( :mad: :( :mad: :( :mad: :( :mad: :( :mad: :( :mad: :( :mad: :( :mad: :(
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Ford Loss Much Narrower than Expected
| 24 Apr 2009 | 07:11 AM ET
Ford Motors reported a narrower loss than Wall Street expected Friday and also said it reduced its cash outflow "significantly."
Ford reported a net loss of $1.4 billion, or 60 cents a share in the first quarter...
Thursday, 8 Jan 2009
An Electrifying Ride In The Chevy Volt - CNBC.com
Posted By: Phil LeBeau...I spent part of Wednesday afternoon tooling around GM's tech center in a "mule" version of the Volt. When I hit the gas, the acceleration was instant. Like all electric cars, the torque and response...
Chrysler Splits Up? The Possible Scenarios If It Happens
Posted By:Phil LeBeau
With the end of merger talks between Chrysler and General Motors, there is rampant speculation about what happens next to Chrysler. Sure parent Cerberus Capital would prefer to sell Chrysler as a whole...
General Motors Posts Loss Far Bigger Than Expected
General Motors posted a biggest than expected loss for the quarter, the latest US auto maker to report dismal results.
The adjusted loss was $7.35 a share, well more than analysts estimates of $3.70. Revenues were $37.9 billion...
Ford May Scrap Mercury Rather than Revive It
Ford Motor might decide to scrap its Mercury brand rather than spend money trying to revive it, the Los Angeles Times reported on its Web site on Monday.
Last week Jerome York, a former auto executive and advisor to billionaire investor Kirk...
NBC: Ford And Why I Think It Will Sell Volvo--Do You Agree?
Ask yourself a question, and be honest: If you ran Ford, would you hang on to Volvo and continue sinking money into turning around the brand or would you unload it as soon as you got a decent price?
It really is that simple for Ford...
Phil LeBeau will be doing a one hour show from the Detroit Show tonight at 9:00 PM Eastern. I believe he said he had interviews with both Messrs. Mulally and Fields. He mentioned Lincoln specifically as a subject.
CNBC: Phil LeBeau, Behind the Wheel
"...Whatever the reason, I think today is the day to ask YOU which automaker has the most to show, prove, gain, lose in 2008? As you ponder that question, I have a few thoughts about some of the automakers we should keep in mind..."