Have Ford and GM Killed the Japanese Midsize Car? - WallStCheatSheet
By Meghan Foley
May 06, 2013
Japanese automakers have lost their edge, particularly in terms of midsize vehicles, and many new-car shoppers are beginning to look at other options.
Several years ago, Toyota’s (NYSE:TM) Camry...
Speaking of the Taurus, another rumor making the rounds right now is that the Taurus won’t be back after this generation. Poor margins and difficulties during the development process meant that the Taurus has been scrapped part way through the development process, and Ford is content with the...
Maybach Killed By Mercedes-Benz; Pour Out A Bottle Of Moet For The Homie
By: Derek Kreindler
Mercedes-Benz‘s Maybach luxury brand will be axed, much to the consternation of rappers (pictured above), athletes and insipid nouveau riche types everywhere.
While Mercedes had...
Three employees of Tesla Motors were killed this morning when the Cessna 310 they were flying in crashed in a residential neighborhood in East Palo Alto, California.
A man who said he had flown with the pilot told KTVU News the man flying the twin-engine plane was “a high-ranking official” at...
WSJ Opinion:UAW & GM Killed Saturn
General Motors and the United Auto Workers union have waged war against each other—sometimes hot, sometimes cold—for most of the past 80 years. One of the few things on which they collaborated, sadly, was undermining Saturn, which began as the boldest effort...
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JUST heard Phil LeBeau of CNBC say GM released word that Pontiac will be killed next week
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GM to close four plants, may unload Hummer line
Tuesday June 3, 1:10 pm ET
By Soyoung Kim
WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - General Motors Corp (NYSE:GM - News) on Tuesday said it was closing four truck plants and could sell its Hummer brand to cut slow-selling trucks and SUVs from its...