There's enough inventory for 100 days of sales, the CEO of AutoNation says. Ford reports it has been cutting production.
The company is on track to become the world's No. 1 user of aluminum outside of the military.
Some companies hit all-time records in November, while others came in below expectations.
The Internet has changed the business. Now, instead of walking dealership lots, staffers are chatting online and answering email.
This leading automaker should benefit from pent-up consumer demand, the rising age of cars on the road, and the introduction of new models.
The combined US market share for both companies currently sits at a healthy 38 percent.
The music will stop unless management gets into the used car business.
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