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CIT group, America’s leading specialist lender to small business, filed for Chapter 11 November 1st night in the fifth biggest bankruptcy in US history. The collapse of the 101-year-old Utah-based lender, which trails behind only those of Lehman Brothers, Washington … Continue reading
Toyota Motor Corp. will shut a California auto-assembly plant that operated as a joint venture with General Motors Corp. for 25 years, the first time Japan’s largest carmaker has closed a factory at home or abroad, according to two people … Continue reading
Here’s how the Dow News Wire described the carnage: “GM said it would close 17 factories and parts centers and lop off 20,000 more jobs by the end of 2011 in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and other states [many of … Continue reading
What would California look like broken in three? Or a Republic of New England? With the federal government reaching for ever more power, redrawing the map is enticing, says Paul Starobin Remember that classic Beatles riff of the 1960s: “You … Continue reading
Three-quarters of all Americans think that the federal government should let General Motors or Chrysler go bankrupt rather than pumping in more money, according to a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll. Most say that the economy would not face major … Continue reading
The Treasury Department said Friday that the budget deficit soared to $192.3 billion in March and is nearing $1 trillion just halfway through the budget year. Last month’s deficit, a record for March, was significantly higher than the $150 billion … Continue reading