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Dodge Reveals One-Year Car Lease Terms, Unveils '05 Charger And Challenger

Source: Auto Balla | Apr 18 2014, 11:14am CDT | by Forbes

Innovative it might be, but as in any gamble the odds still favor the house. Dodge just put all its cards on the table...
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Dodge Floats One-Year Car Lease For Short-Attention-Span Consumers

Source: Auto Balla | Apr 15 2014, 1:32pm CDT | by Forbes

Dodge Floats One-Year Car Lease For Short-Attention-Span Consumers
As we’ve previously reported, new-car leasing for two or three years at a time is at an all-time high as low interest...
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Best Of FORBES: Questions From GM's Recall Crisis, Apple's Stock Split
“General Motors managed to weather its first quarter recall crisis by posting a slim profit Thursday. The company earned $125 million despite $1.3 billion in expenses to pay for recalling nearly 2.6 million vehicles... | by Forbes
 
Ford Rides New Mustang Hard, From 'Blacklist' To Nail Polish
Ford has a pretty clear field for promoting the new 50th-anniversary version of Mustang these days, right up until the car goes on sale in the fall. And the company is taking maximum advantage of the opportunity with a... | by Forbes
 
Four Unanswered Questions From The GM Recall Crisis
General Motors managed to weather its first quarter recall crisis by posting a slim profit Thursday. The company earned $125 million despite $1.3 billion in expenses to pay for recalling nearly 2.6 million vehicles... | by Forbes
 
 

After Fisker Debacle, Obama Revives Stalled Green Car Loan Program

Source: Auto Balla | Apr 3 2014, 8:26am CDT | by Forbes

After Fisker Debacle, Obama Revives Stalled Green Car Loan Program
The Obama Administration says it still has $16 billion left over from a controversial loan program intended to promote...
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March U.S. Auto Sales Were In Like A Lamb, Out Like A Lamb

Source: Auto Balla | Mar 29 2014, 11:02am CDT | by Forbes

March U.S. Auto Sales Were In Like A Lamb, Out Like A Lamb
U.S. auto sales in March are shaping up to be disappointing from the industry’s point of view, but for consumers that’s...
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Mary Barra's Leadership Legacy

Source: Auto Balla | Mar 19 2014, 9:32am CDT | by Forbes

As Shakespeare wrote in All’s Well That Ends Well: “no legacy is so rich as honesty.” At this moment, General Motors’s...
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Tiny Jeep Renegade, Built In Italy, Leads A Global Attack

Source: Auto Balla | Mar 4 2014, 7:56am CST | by Forbes

Past owners of Jeep — including American Motors, Chrysler, Daimler, Cerberus and now Fiat — have long talked about...
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Super Bowl Commercials: Diversity and Equality Sell

Source: Auto Balla | Feb 7 2014, 7:12pm CST | by Forbes

Super Bowl Commercials: Diversity and Equality Sell
This year’s Super Bowl commercials viewed collectively paint a picture that the vast majority of Americans are...
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WeatherTech CEO MacNeil Lives 'Made In America' Gospel

Source: Auto Balla | Feb 6 2014, 11:02am CST | by Forbes

WeatherTech CEO MacNeil Lives 'Made In America' Gospel
Many companies now are hopping on the “made-in-America” bandwagon. But David MacNeil is driving the thing. He has been...
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Snow Job? Why Some Carmakers Were On The Sunny Side Of The Street In January

Source: Auto Balla | Feb 5 2014, 4:04pm CST | by Forbes

Snow Job? Why Some Carmakers Were On The Sunny Side Of The Street In January
It’s curious, isn’t it, that January’s wintery weather affected some carmakers more than others? General Motors, Ford...
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