Mazda to raise $2 billion in share issue, loans, Reuters reports
February 21, 2012
TOKYO (Reuters) -- Japan's Mazda Motor Corp. plans to raise $2.1 billion to shore up its finances and invest in a new plant in Mexico, financial sources said today -- a bigger-than-expected...
Ford's The People's Fleet Loans Cars to Nonprofits In Need
By: ALISSA WALKER
September 7, 2010
Starting September 13, Ford will launch The People's Fleet, loaning 12 Ford Fiestas to 12 nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles. The goal is to provide a platform for Ford to get the word...
Filed under: Ford, Earnings/Financials
Ford was the only one of Detroit's three automakers able to avoid taking a direct government bailout in 2009 to bypass bankruptcy. However, that doesn't mean it hasn't been able to benefit from some government largess.
Back in 2006 before the credit...
General Motors and Chrysler are reportedly nearing approval for a total of $25 billion in federal loans from the Treasury and energy department to re-tool plants.
Chrysler - General Motors - Energy - Business - United States
The last hurdle for spykers bid in saab in the ongoing saab ownership drama appears to have been over come with the EU approving Swedish loans to the automaker
By Drew Johnson
In what could be the last major...
Japanese automaker Toyota claims it's seeking a $2 billion state bailout to help its car financing unit. Maybe if they'd built the cars Americans wanted to buy, they wouldn't be in this mess. Wait, what?
The super-awesome-number-one-best automaker from the land of the rising sun's now asking...
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Ford wants customers to know loans are available to buy cars
Bryce G. Hoffman / The Detroit News
DEARBORN -- Ford Motor Co. has a message for consumers: "We have our own finance company and we are still loaning money and leasing cars.
All the talk about...
GM Offers 0% Loans To Boost Truck Sales
By JOHN D. STOLL
May 9, 2007; Page D3
General Motors Corp. rolled out a new round of sales incentives for its redesigned lineup of full-size pickups, with the Detroit auto maker saying it needs to keep up with deals being offered by competitors.