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32 min ago | Patch.com
The Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition in cooperation with the Montgomery County Office of Consumer Protection will have a special screening of a new documentary in Silver Spring next Wednesday.
Should PBS receive government funding?
Should nudity be off-limits on prime-time TV?
1 hr ago | MSNBC
Harry Lindback, of Dearborn Heights, Mich. looks at cars at Bill Brown Ford Dealership on Sept,6, 2013 in Livonia, Michigan.
5 hrs ago | Tribune-Chronicle
A Columbiana automobile dealership claims air pollution from a neighboring metal-casting business damaged its vehicles, according to a lawsuit transferred to Columbiana County Common Pleas Court.
8 hrs ago | LA Daily News
Like many of the restaurants of Torrance, Habana Vieja sits in a location where you might not expect to find a Cuban restaurant.
General Motors Co. said Wednesday it will stop making cars and engines in Australia by the end of 2017 because of high production costs and competition.
Car makers helped drive manufacturing ahead in October though the UK's overall level of exports posted a fresh decline as the trade deficit remained stubbornly high.
Mary Barra, former General Motors Senior VP of Global Product Development, introduces the 2013 Buick Encore in Detroit on January 10, 2012 General Motors Tuesday named its first-ever female chief executive as the largest US automaker pivots into an era of greater autonomy following the US government's divestment of company shares.
Houston, Texas-based Group 1 Automotive said Monday it is now in possession of the 24.5-acre auto mall on Whittlesey Road in Columbus.
Americans spent more money on new cars last month than in any November in history, driving new-car sales to more post-recession highs.
MARKS and Spencer's plans for a new food store in Winchester are poised to hit a major setback later this week.
Overall slowdown in the auto sector, depressed demand, negative sentiments and liquidity crunch has had adverse effects on auto sales in India.
China's auto sales rose 16 per cent in November as Japanese automakers extended a rebound in the world's biggest vehicle market.
Taxpayers may have lost money in the auto bailout, but a healthy auto industry is essential to the U.S. economy It's been five years since the U.S. auto industry went to Washington, hat-in-hand.
The new firm will combine the top two U.S. food distributors and command a quarter of the North American market.
The value of a thing is what it will bring, or so says an old financial aphorism.
Why? Dealers and automakers want to meet year-end goals, experts say. "The last day of the year is going to be the day that a consumer is most likely to get the best possible value when buying a new car," says Alec Gutierrez, senior analyst at Kelley Blue Book.
The American economy is improving, energy costs are down and credit is affordable, all factors leading to better car sales and hopes for growth in the industry.