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  • Toyota Reclaims Global Sales Crown

     
    Thanks to a 23% gain over an inventory-bedraggled 2011, Toyota overtook GM for 2012's global sales crown. Bloomberg News reports the Japanese automaker sold 9.75 million vehicles worldwide last year, including subsidiary brands Lexus, Scion, commercial-...
  • What Hyundai-Kia's Latest Strike Means to Car Shoppers

     
    Hyundai-Kia's troubled home-turf labor relations continue. The latest chapter has Korean labor unions voting to strike over wage and benefit disputes with the South Korean automaker. The result could mean a production stoppage in its home country....
  • Fisker Files Bankruptcy; Taxpayers Lose $139 Million

     
    Fisker Automotive's travails hit its direst ??? and possibly final ??? note Friday when the troubled plug-in startup filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Investment group Hybrid Technology LLC purchased what remains of the automaker's loan from the...
  • Fisker Lays Off 75% of Workforce as Bankruptcy Looms

     
    Leonardo DiCaprio may love his Fisker Karma, but the California automaker is listing like the Titanic. Less than a month after founder Henrik Fisker quit, the boutique car company laid off some 160 employees, the Detroit News reports, as it......
  • Toyota Camry Discounts Remain Amid February Sales Drop

     
    Toyota is staying the course on incentives to keep its popular Camry atop the family-car sales pile. The automaker sold 31,270 Camry sedans in February, marking the nameplate's 16th consecutive month as the No. 1 family sedan. But the lead......
  • Kia's South Korean Workers Vote To End Strike

     
    Just days after South Korean workers ended a strike at Hyundai, autoworkers at the Korean automaker's Kia affiliate approved a wage hike to return to the factory line. That means Hyundai-Kia's overseas strike lasted a grand total of three weeks.......
  • U.S. on Track to Become Top Oil Producer

     
    Although the U.S. consumes far more oil than any other country, Bloomberg News is reporting some good news; we're on track to energy self-sufficiency. According to the news agency, the U.S. could become the world's top oil producer by 2015,......
  • Subaru Adds Jobs, Cars to Indiana Factory

     
    In three years, the Subaru Impreza will hail from Indiana. Subaru imports today's Impreza, which competes with the Honda Civic, Ford Focus and other compact cars, from Japan. Its sole U.S. plant in Lafayette, Ind., builds the larger Legacy sedan,......
  • Pandora Hits 2.5 Million In-Car Users

     
    By year's end, more than 100 new models from 23 brands will offer Pandora internet radio, the Oakland, Calif., company said today. Bloomberg News reports Pandora's in-car listeners topped 2.5 million, a milestone that drove the company stock to its......
  • How Much Will the Shutdown Affect October Car Sales?

     
    As Friday's sales numbers near, the auto industry is holding its collective breath to see what effect the federal government shutdown had on auto sales. Signs of the shutdown's impact on the larger economy persist: Moody's economist Mark Zandi said......
  • Jeb Bush will be on five Sunday morning programs

     
    Former Gov. Jeb Bush will be everywhere Sunday morning. He is on five programs: “Meet the Press,” “State of the Union,” “Fox News Sunday,” “Face the Nation” and “This Week.” The Florida...