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A new American Motors isn’t the answer

When I was a young kid, my family drove a white Rambler station wagon. Ramblers were made by the American Motors Corp. Some might ask: Who? American Motors ceased to exist when it was absorbed by Chrysler in 1987. Chrysler’s ...

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GM, Chrysler may need additional aid, Rattner says

General Motors Corp. and Chrysler, which have requested as much as $21.6 billion in additional government aid, may need “considerably” more than that, said Steven Rattner, the Treasury’s chief auto adviser. “It could be considerably higher, I won’t deny that,” ...

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No exhumation of mesothelioma victim, court rules

Chrysler Holding LLC and Honeywell International can’t order an autopsy of a man who sued the companies over his asbestos-related cancer and died before trial, a New Jersey appeals court ruled Wednesday. Harold St. John sued Chrysler, Honeywell and at ...

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Chrysler, car dealership cleared of product liability claims

A St. Louis jury rejected a driver’s claim that defective upper ball joints on his Dodge pickup truck were to blame for a collision that killed three passengers in another vehicle. After a $50 million initial demand for punitive damages, ...

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