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KickingTiresThe impact of Superstorm Sandy on the automotive industry will be felt for some time, but in terms of sales, November was a good month for most brands. With most brands reporting their sales numbers, almost all of them were......
KickingTiresDespite recently hitting the lowest national average regular unleaded gas price since summer, AAA reported that the average price remains at a record high for this time of year; the national average has exceeded the daily record high on 106......
KickingTiresCliff, shmiff. Holiday shoppers brushed aside concerns about impending fiscal doom (which Congress averted, sort of) to drive new-car sales to their best December since 2007. Pickups trucks remained atop December's sales pyramid, with Chrysler's Ram...
KickingTiresLeonardo 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......
Tags: Tesla, Ford, Employees, Leonardo DiCaprio, The Detroit News
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsHalloween should be the time for South Florida's first crisp nights, a chance to sip some warm apple cider and maybe put on a long-sleeved shirt. Hah! Not this year. We've had an endless summer, an endless rainy season, and......
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Cuba, Hurricanes, Halloween, Natural Disasters
KickingTiresHurricane Sandy may be focused on pummeling the East Coast, but motorists further inland also need to be careful as the system moves into the interior. Staying off the roads is the safest way to avoid the storm. However, if......
KickingTiresAs the East Coast starts to recover from a hurricane that could end up costing more than Katrina, European automakers, whose ports of entry lay in the storm's path, are still assessing damage. The Port Authority of New York and......
What a difference a storm named Sandy makes, eh, Mr. President? Thanks to Sandy, Barack Obama can act presidential once again — at least on TV. Sandy allows him to get on that phone with those FEMA bureaucrats and tell them to stop talking and...
Cal ThomasIt's a safe bet that most conservative Republicans would rush to support a political leader with the following record, especially in a traditionally Democratic state: -- Reversed a $2.2 billion deficit and brought it into balance without raising taxes,...
Jonah GoldbergWhat can you do with a man like Chris Christie? The answer, according to many with the conservative movement: Throw him overboard. And while we're at it, let's toss the gays over the side too. The popular governor of New Jersey has certainly angered...
In the days following Hurricane Sandy, a few people told me they felt area businesses were charging inflated prices and taking advantage of desperate people. State law prohibits businesses from substantially raising prices, often referred to as price...
Dec 3, 2012 |Blog| Cars.com
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Mar 7, 2013 |Column| Daily American
Oct 31, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Mar 5, 2013 |Column| Tribune Media Services
Mar 1, 2013 |Column| Tribune Media Services
Feb 20, 2013 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
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