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Cadillac's Growth Strategy in Europe
March 5, 2014: At the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Cadillac revealed first elements of its future growth strategy for Europe, which is based on three core pillars: A distinguished brand positioning with a strong focus on excellent customer service; a full-line premium car portfolio that will continuously expand; and a dedicated European 'Start-up' ... (more)
February 2014 Auto Sales
After industry watchers blamed frigid temperatures and unrelenting snow in much of the country for a dip in auto sales in January, we said, "The good news is that this winter can't last forever."
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GM February Sales: Passenger Cars Sales up 8 percent, paced by Buick and Chevrolet
March 3, 2014: General Motors Co. dealers delivered 222,104 vehicles in the United States in February 2014.
China's Profitable Offerings For General Motors
General Motors' earnings per share declined by 49.4% in the most recent quarter compared to the same quarter a year ago.
GM: China auto sales may rise as much as 10% this year
General Motors Co. may see a 10 percent increase in sales in China this year, matching the company's top-range forecast for industrywide growth in the Asian nation.
Detroit Free Press
Mark Phelan: Sleek and smooth-handling Acura MDX could use more room, better controls
The sleek three-star 2014 Acura MDX crossover combines responsive handling with an attractive interior, though a cramped rear seat makes its claim to hold seven passengers feel more like a threat than a promise.
22% rise in Cadillac sales in UAE last month
Cadillac is continuing to reinforce its reputation as the luxury car brand of choice for discerning customers according to the latest sales figures released by General Motors.
Mannai Auto and Cadillac to participate in Qatar Motor Show 2014
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Cadillac sets ambitious sales goals for 2014
Cadillac hopes to grow by double-digit percentages this year globally and in the U.S. as it expands its footprint in China and adds new models to its American lineup.
The Motley Fool
Why General Motors Company Fell Behind in China
The Cadillac XTS, shown here in a Shanghai GM marketing illustration, has helped GM's luxury brand more than double its sales in China over the last year.
The Southtown Star
Carmakers hoping ladies will start their engines
With women driving most car-buying decisions - and driving most cars, period - their influence will be on display at this year's Chicago Auto Show.
Lexus hunters: Acura MDX vs. Cadillac SRX
Nos. 2 and 3 with 56,000 and 53,000 in sales, respectively - are rungs below the RX's staggering 100,000-plus sales score.