by Mark Knowles 9 years ago
Fiat has just acquired a 35% stake in Chrysler. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/21/busin … r=1&hpLOLNot only is Fiat the worst car maker in Western Europe, they have more than enough financial worries of their own. Financial jiggery pokery again I suspect. Fiat have been trying to get...
by pgrundy 9 years ago
I was just wondering how you like them and what you think about the proposed merger of Fiat and Chrysler. Can it work? Or is this a bigger version of KMart & Sears? Can you tie two drunks together and get a sober person?
by Ralph Deeds 5 years ago
Romney apparently subscribes to the theory that if you repeat a lie often enough people will believe it.Todd Spangler in the Detroit Free Press "Romney auto ad ignores the facts--and industry job growth in U.S.The ad: Mitt Romney, on the campaign trail in Ohio, repeats a false story about Jeep...
by Michele McCallister 5 years ago
What is one thing you wish your car could do??
by Karen A Szklany 7 years ago
Hi All, So, this might not seem in the spirit of hub pages comeraderie, but I am a little uncomfortable with having a particular member follow me. The name is ZAGOOTO, and he has no profile information, no hubs, but 11 followers. Who on earth is this person? Why is he "following" people...
by auto expert 9 years ago
While U.S. Senate refused the auto bail out plan, the situation of top two carmakers - General Motors and Chrysler have worsened. Both the two automakers may declare for bankruptcy protection. If any of the two carmakers file for bankruptcy, it is going to badly affect the production, plant and...
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