Coalition is trailing the Labor party for the first time in three years, according to an opinion poll published in the Australian newspaper Dec. 10. 'Labor gift' "This announcement is a bit of a gift for Labor and its support in the union movement," said
s DePauw University, where he was a classmate of former Vice President Dan Quayle. A 2010 story by DePauw's student newspaper quoted another classmate as recalling that Quayle and Solso engaged in "some spirited debates" on political matters.
s European factories were in poor condition. "The biggest lame duck in the entire history of the automobile," Le Monde newspaper called it at the time. In Africa, Nigeria and Libya asked PSA as early as the mid-1970s to set up local assembly plants
Citroen will review their partnership on small gasoline engines next September, BMW CEO Norbert Reithofer told a French newspaper . Reithofer said the two automakers have not yet decided whether to end or extend the partnership, which expires in 2016
familiar said last month. Separately, Varin told a German newspaper Die Welt that it would "make sense to deepen the partnership" with Dongfeng "I won't rule anything out," he told the newspaper in an interview. PSA has so far consistently declined to
month. Separately, Varin told a German newspaper Die Welt that it would "make sense to ..... t rule anything out," he told the newspaper in an interview. PSA has so far consistently ..... to investors and Dongfeng." French newspaper Le Figaro reported that PSA plans to
unclear why Blankenship left the company. A Tesla spokeswoman did not immediately return messages seeking comment on the move, which was first reported by the San Jose Mercury News newspaper . Musk hired Blankenship from Apple in July 2010.
Recovering European markets mean the Poissy plant is now less likely to lose an assembly line, the spokesman said after French newspaper Le Figaro reported that one line would be closed or mothballed at each plant. The company has forecast annual production
reported that Subaru of Indiana Automotive will stop building Toyota Camry sedans at its Indiana assembly plant by 2017. The newspaper 's Web site cited Tom Easterday, SIA's executive vice president, as saying that the factory would not renew a five
shirts emblazoned with "Ford Nation" incorporating the automaker's logo at a United Way charity event, the National Post newspaper reported. The mayor said for the first time he bought illegal drugs while in office after admitting last week to using crack
footprint and increase production in markets outside the UK, particularly in China and Brazil. Earlier on Wednesday Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S.Paulo reported that Land Rover was looking to invest around 270 million pounds ($431.72 million) in a
Reaching 80,000 cars this year will not be possible," the head of Toyota Germany, Toshiaki Yasuda, told Handelsblatt newspaper in an advance copy of an interview published today. "Right now, I think it will be more like 78,000," he told the paper
identity. Churches and religiously affiliated organizations such as charities and hospitals are exempt from the law, the newspaper said. Thirteen states and the District of Columbia allow same-sex marriages. Michigan is one of 35 states that ban same
China city of Guangzhou, according to Nanfang Daily , a local newspaper . The plant, the partnership's second in China, will build as many as 160,000 vehicles a year, the newspaper reported. It is unclear when the plant will be built. GAC
an incendiary dispute with a woman at a gas station, reported the New Times Broward-Palm Beach, an alternative weekly newspaper . According to the story, he was unhappy that the woman's car was blocking the exit. When the argument escalated, the
its vehicle processing center in Houston, according to a newspaper report and a notice the company sent to the Texas Workforce ..... expects the layoffs to be permanent. The Houston Chronicle newspaper reported this week that 83 people would lose their jobs
made a big decision in the stands today." Fry, who later coached at Iowa for 20 seasons, told the Iowa City Press Citizen newspaper in February that Iacocca even sold him the first Ford Mustang -- painted in SMU's colors, red and blue -- for just
reported. Jimmy Settles, vice president of UAW's Ford department, was also deemed a potential successor, but he told the newspaper he's not a candidate. "At one time I was interested. I am not now," Settles told the paper. UAW's administrative
an incendiary dispute with a woman at a gas station, reported the New Times Broward-Palm Beach , an alternative weekly newspaper . According to the story, he was unhappy that the woman's car was blocking the exit. When the argument escalated, the
proposed to end 80 percent of its tariffs immediately, the paper said. The EU offered a 90 percent tariff elimination with the exception of the 10 percent duty on automobiles and 14 percent on LCD televisions, according to the newspaper .