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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Daimler
The White House is confirming that President Barack Obama will visit East Lansing next week.
Chrysler dealers from around the U.S. seem revved up by the purchase of the U.S. carmaker by Italy's Fiat SpA.
The Supreme Court decided Tuesday not to allow a lawsuit to move forward in California that accuses a foreign company of committing atrocities on foreign soil. The decision could make it harder for foreign victims of foreign crime to seek justice in American courts.
Ford, Volkswagen and Daimler all took deep hits in profits Wednesday, as industry first-quarter results indicated the European recession was dragging down car sales.
Your editorial "Climate change catches fire" (Comment & Analysis, Wednesday) missed the point about Daimler's objections to the refrigerant HFO-1234yf. Regardless of your view on the evidence of climate change, it is essential to acknowledge the critical role of regulation in signaling industry to make significant investments in new technologies.
Technologies advanced as the solution to the purported global warming problem are catching fire -- just not in the way intended.
Stumping for higher taxes on top earners, President Obama Monday also inserted himself squarely into Michigan's boiling debate over a new right-to-work labor law, telling a crowd of Detroit-area auto workers that Republicans pushing for the law are creating political distractions and risking harm to the economy.