Archive for October, 2012

2013 Land Rover Range Rover drive review – AutoWeek

2013 Land Rover Range Rover drive review
AutoWeek
Get more car news, reviews and opinion every day: Sign up to have the Autoweek Daily Drive delivered right to your inbox. Filed Under: Land Rover · Range Rover. COMMENT POLICY – Please read before posting. Autoweek loves passionate comments and

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2013 Ford Escape Titanium review notes – AutoWeek

2013 Ford Escape Titanium review notes
AutoWeek
EXECUTIVE EDITOR ROGER HART: I really like the new design, inside and out of the 2013 Ford Escape. This looks like what crossovers should look like, and this is such a big departure from the vehicle it replaces, it seems a shame to call it by the same

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles in Sandy’s Wake – Slate Magazine (blog)


Slate Magazine (blog)
Planes, Trains and Automobiles in Sandy's Wake
Slate Magazine (blog)
After pretty much staying put since most major modes of transportation were shut down in advance of Sandy's approach, New Yorkers—as well as those trying to get to the region—are wondering when things will start moving again. Here's what we know,

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Sandy affects planes, trains and automobiles – Fort Worth Star Telegram


Fort Worth Star Telegram
Sandy affects planes, trains and automobiles
Fort Worth Star Telegram
Sandy affects planes, trains and automobiles. Posted Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 Updated Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012 0 comments Print Reprints. Share. Topics: Lincoln Tunnel. By Curtis Tate and Maria Recio McClatchy Newspapers. Article; Photos (1)

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On Trains, Planes, Or Automobiles, Airport International Keeps Your Camera … – Cult of Mac

On Trains, Planes, Or Automobiles, Airport International Keeps Your Camera
Cult of Mac
A mere 6 months ago, I moved my glut of photography gear into a new, portable home: the Think Tank AirPort International Rolling Camera Bag ($350). Since then, I've been able to tote my equipment around easily, in style, but most importantly, packed

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Most officers reluctant to surrender automobiles – The News International

Most officers reluctant to surrender automobiles
The News International
Top management of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) over a week back ordered surrender of 247 official vehicles, which were being misused by its officers. However, many officers are still reluctant to return the official vehicles to the newly

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Mutual Funds increase investment in financial services, automobiles and … – Economic Times

Mutual Funds increase investment in financial services, automobiles and
Economic Times
MUMBAI: Battered stock valuations and declining interest rate projections prompted mutual funds to increase their investments in financial services, automobiles and construction companies in the past one year. Asset managers cut exposure to energy

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Honda Ups Profits, Lowers Guidance – Analyst Blog – NASDAQ

Honda Ups Profits, Lowers Guidance – Analyst Blog
NASDAQ
Consolidated net sales and other operating revenues in the quarter appreciated 20.4% to ¥2.27 trillion ($29.27 billion) driven by higher revenues from the company's Automobile segment with the recovery from the impact of twin disaster in Japan in 2011,

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Fiat plans to launch 17 new cars in Europe by 2016 – Boston.com


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Fiat plans to launch 17 new cars in Europe by 2016
Boston.com
Fiat, which owns U.S. carmaker Chrysler, also will unveil a new smaller Jeep for production in Italy aimed primarily at Europe, and focus the Fiat brand on the 500 and Panda compact car ranges. ''This is truly not for the faint-hearted,'' Marchionne said.
Sergio Marchionne outlined a plan to export new Alfa Romeo, Maserati and Detroit Free Press
Marchionne lays out future of FiatUPI.com
Fiat downshifts targets as Europe gloom persistsReuters UK
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Toyota adds new car and potentially new jobs – WDRB

Toyota adds new car and potentially new jobs
WDRB
GEORGETOWN, KY. (WDRB-TV)–There could be hundreds of new jobs coming to Toyota's Georgetown, Kentucky plant. A new product will help the company, and its plans to expand. That expansion and potential job creation are both connected to Toyota's

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