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3 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
This time of year, Stinger is prone to throw on a bright red suit and hat - of which he has two - hop on his sleigh - i.e. Harley Davidson - and cruise down Second Street, besprinkling holiday cheer.
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7 hrs ago | Business Journal
The auto industry has seen sales increases since 2009, when sales bottomed out at 10.4 million.
12 hrs ago | SFGate
R&B star Chris Brown has had his probation revoked after a Los Angeles judge ruled that assault charges relating to a recent fight in Washington, D.C. violated the terms of his freedom.
16 hrs ago | Detroit News
Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz, the world's third-biggest maker of luxury cars, will work more hours next year to meet demand for new models.
General Motors is investing $600 million in Flint Assembly, its oldest assembly plant, setting it up with a state-of-the-art paint facility and other upgrades that officials say will keep it on a par with production lines that are decades newer.
Dan Akerson, who will step down as General Motors Co's chief executive next month, on Monday defended his tenure leading the No.
Dan, I'm not so sure SDN-enabled applications will be big in 2014. I believe people will be thinking about how to create and implement them, but bringing them to fruition may be more difficult than we thing.
Five General Motors factories in three states will soon share in a $1.3 billion investment so they can make higher-quality pickup trucks and new fuel-efficient engines and transmissions.
FWT, Inc., a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of wireless communication infrastructure products, announced today that it has received ISO-9001 certification from the International Standards Organization for the design and manufacturing of communications towers.
Observers of Microsoft's three-month-and-counting CEO search have watched the art of the "non-denial denial" at its best -- or worst -- a public relations expert said today.
Welders for Dallas-based Trinity Industries work on a crude oil tank car at the company's plant in Saginaw.
Harrington Industries Ltd, a 94-year-old privately-owned car parts maker, should be crushed by the coming implosion of Australia's auto manufacturing industry.
Kiwi Income Property Trust board members at last week's shareholders meeting before a vote to buy the management contract from CBA.
CEO Dan Akerson told the Detroit News that General Motors will compete with Tesla Motors --"ultimately"-- through its Cadillac luxury brand.
Mercedes-Benz told its U.S. dealers they should expect fewer CLAs in 2014's first half, after the new $29,900 coupe helped widen the automaker's luxury-sales lead this year over Bayerische Motoren Werke AG's BMW.
Alicia Boler-Davis strode into a sunny auditorium at the Haas Business School in October on the same day President Barack Obama announced his nomination of Haas professor Janet Yellen to be the first female leader of the nearly 100-year-old Federal Reserve.