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Magazine articles on the automotive manufacturing and retailing industry.
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August 20, 2007
Welch & Kiley
Bob Nardelli: "Fresh Eyes"--And A Sharp Ax Why Cerberus picked Bob Nardelli to overhaul Chrysler. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 8, 2007
Nathan Parmelee
Quick Take: Nardelli at Chrysler Makes Sense Bob Nardelli is roundly disliked for his deeds at Home Depot, but maybe he has the right background for his new job as CEO at Chrysler. mark for My Articles 164 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
August 7, 2007
Jim Dunne
Who Killed the American Car? Nobody! Desolate headlines late last week cried for the death of Detroit's hold on the auto industry, as imports topped American cars in overall U.S. sales for the first time ever. mark for My Articles 1324 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
August 3, 2007
Nick Mokey
U.S. vs. Foreign Auto Market Showdown: Car Owner Straw Poll As we continue to analyze just how overseas automakers took a majority share of the American car market, the owners of five cars in New York City offered their quick thoughts on the future of the U.S.-built vehicle. mark for My Articles 842 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 2, 2007
Rich Duprey
GM's Profit Makes You Go "Hmm" General Motors, the top U.S. automaker, surprises Wall Street with a quarterly profit, but troubles still loom. mark for My Articles 1079 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 1, 2007
Rich Smith
This Borg Is Too Pretty BorgWarner shares have retreated 8% off their all-time high two weeks ago. Last week's quarterly report was outstanding, and future prospects are excellent for the auto parts producer, but valuation is currently too high. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 27, 2007
Rich Duprey
Ford Finds Its Way to Profit The auto maker announces its first operating profit in two years. The $750 million second-quarter profit amounted to $0.31 per share, turning analyst projections of $0.37-per-share losses on their head. mark for My Articles 570 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 25, 2007
Rich Smith
Foolish Forecast: Borg Brings It Auto parts maker BorgWarner may make it three quarters in a row beating analysts estimates. We'll know on Thursday. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 24, 2007
David Lee Smith
GM's Divorce From Allison Gets a Flat The General Motors deal to arrange a leveraged buyout of its Allison Transmission division is delayed as the private equity group has trouble finding financing. Its one of many deals disrupted as investors grow increasingly wary of private equity deals. mark for My Articles 441 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 17, 2007
Anders Bylund
Volvo + Volvo = a Match Made in Heaven? Rumor is that Ford may be looking to sell its Volvo division for about $8 billion. Can Volvo AB afford to buy back its personal car segment? mark for My Articles 173 similar articles
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