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    Report: U.S. hires lead bank for General Motors IPO
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    The government of the United States may be actively avoiding any direct involvement in the day-to-day management of General Motors, but that doesn't mean it won't have a say when the time comes for the automaker to go public again. According to The Detroit News, the U.S. Department of the ...

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    Bloomberg survey says Americans turning away from Toyota, liking Ford
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    2010 Ford Fusion – Click above for high-res image gallery
    For the past generation or so Toyota has been synonymous with two things: Selling more passenger cars than anybody else (Camry, Corolla) and quality. Sure, there have been a few other themes associated with ToMoCo (green hybrids, not ...

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    Christmas List 2010: Rattner's book to debut in time for next Christmas
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    Planning for the future is perhaps an alien concept to big business – even automakers, with their protracted product development cycles. Take a cue of what not to do from them, then, and start planning now for next Christmas. May we suggest that your 2010 wishlist starts with what's ...

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    REPORT: GM to get $5B, Chrysler $500M from gov't
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    Is General Motors about to get an additional $5 billlion from the Feds? Will Chrysler be getting another $500 million? The Detroit News seems to think so. Citing Obama Administration sources and a leaked 250-page government report, they say that those figures are accurate. The money will reportedly ...

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    Autoblog Podcast #106
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    Has it really been a month of podcasts already? Alex Nunez and editor Neff join Chris and Dan for Autoblog Podcast Episode 106. Hilarity ensues as we cover the bailout (what else?) and try to touch on a couple other issues before finally deflating like a punctured balloon at the 64-minute mark. ...

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    Mulally chooses Escape Hybrid for D.C. road trip
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    Click above for a high-res gallery of the 2009 Escape Hybrid
    Ford CEO Alan Mulally has made the politically correct decision for his return trip to Washington DC this week and is skipping the company jet. In fact, he's skipping the airport altogether and hitting the road in an Escape Hybrid. It ...

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