The Obama Administration has approved fuel-economy regulations, beginning with 2012-model-year vehicles. The rules require automakers to improve fleetwide fuel economy and to reduce fleetwide greenhouse-gas emissions by approximately 5% every year up until the 2016 model year
Several years ago, executives with Singapore’s major private banks came to the government with an enviable problem.
It seems the world of the golf cart is changing if certain industry manufacturers are to be believed. By shedding their normal surroundings, improving their dowdy image and hitting the streets — “pimped up” carts may increasingly be seen away from the course.
More than 100 purveyors of adult entertainment waited hours for Edison’s giant convention hall to fill last month, a slow attendance that reflected recessional challenges that nearly all industries have faced.
For many years, Ford Motor Co.
When the U.S. Senate last February introduced a clause requiring the purchase of U.S.-made steel and iron in Washington’s $787 billion stimulus package, the Chinese government decried the “Buy American” measure as a dangerous step toward trade protectionism, stressing that Beijing would not respond in kind.
Chrysler and GM will force 2,000 car dealerships to close. This event has elicited a great many opinions from industry experts. The consensus is that the most damage to the car companies will come from the anxiety facing potential customers who may buy automobiles at these dealers and expect to have them serviced there.
Most people use their eyes to judge the best flat-screen televisions.