NADA Headlines October 31, 2011        

This Issue's Headlines:

Chevrolet Celebrates 100 Years as an American Icon
Let Good Times Roll Becomes Refrain for Jobs at Automakers
Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne Says 3rd-Quarter Profit Proof that 2009 Plan is Working
Honda's Profit Sinks, Thai Flooding Clouds Outlook
Auto Dealers Still Trying to Alter Process for New Fuel Economy Standards
Cars Run in the Family
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          Clorox Quarterly Profit Sinks; Beats Earnings Estimates        
CloroxClorox Co.’s net income plummeted nearly 40 percent in the fiscal first quarter, largely because last year’s period included the benefit of selling a unit.
          Detroit Money City: GM Leads the Pack as Ford Profit Sinks        

What a difference a few (hundred thousand) recalls make. In a sales market best described as stagnant, a widespread vehicle glitch can dog an automaker’s balance sheet. That seems to be the case at Ford Motor Company, which saw its first-quarter profit fall 35 percent on a combination of factors — not the least of which […]

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