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Ford and Chrysler recall hundreds of thousands of vehicles over software issues

U.S. automakers Ford and Chrysler recalled on Friday hundreds of thousands of vehicles, most of them in North America, to fix faulty software and mechanical problems. The two companies, in separate recall announcements, said they did not know of any injuries or deaths linked to the defects. Ford recalled 692,500…

Winter takes a bite out of U.S. auto sales

Bitter cold and massive snowstorms took a bite out of US auto sales in January, but Chrysler said Monday it extended a winning streak even as its rivals posted significant losses. January is typically the weakest sales month of the year as showrooms empty out following big year-end sales in…

Chrysler files for public stock offering

U.S. automaker Chrysler filed papers Monday to return to the markets with a public offering, as a workers’ retirement fund sought to sell its shares in the company. The UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, known as the VEBA Trust, is selling its shares after failed negotiations to agree a price…

Chrysler agrees to recall of 2.7 million Jeeps

Chrysler announced Tuesday that it would bow to the US safety regulator’s pressure to recall 2.7 million Jeep Liberties and Jeep Grand Cherokees over a fire risk. Two weeks after rejecting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s recommendation for a recall, Chrysler said it would “conduct a voluntary campaign with…

GM, Ford and Chrysler post best U.S. sales since 2007

General Motors (NYSE: GM – news) , Ford (NYSE: F – news) and Chrysler (Xetra: 710000 – news) reported their best US sales performances since 2007 on Tuesday amid booming overall auto demand following the US industry’s near-collapse five years ago. Total (NYSE: TOT – news) industry sales rose 3.4…

Detroit automakers rack up strong 2011 gains

CHICAGO — The Detroit Three automakers posted solid December US sales Wednesday, driving a strong 2011 performance and expectations for even better results this year as the industry slowly climbs out of a deep downturn. “It’s now clear that auto sales should continue to grow in 2012 barring a shock…

I’m Still Not Buying A Pontiac

Okay, suppose we do exactly what every conservative wants and we union-bust the Big Three, match their wages and benefits exactly to foreign producers set up in the states, dismantle the currently existing pension system and even (most likely) cut labor overall. At what point did any of those workers…

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