Kia, like just about every other business, is trying hard to find its way in the ever-evolving world of social media. Some might say the Korean automaker is trying too hard, though, judging by responses to its new Facebook campaign. The initiative was born out of an attempt to build the company's Facebook likes, while at the same time raising money for charity with a program called "1 Like = 1Day Food for 1 Family."
After being questioned by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Ford has agreed to stop all Land Rover sales in Sudan. The SEC was checking into reports from the chaotic nation that the janjaweed militia and Sudanese military were able to obtain Land Rover Defenders which they then equipped with machine guns.
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