It was a busy day in Ohio on Wednesday. While President Obama was speaking on the economy and fall elections in suburban Cleveland, about 50 miles eas...
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The truck which challenged millions of drivers to sit way up high, go off-road and inspired an entire generation of too-big vehicles in too many hands, is back in an all new iteration.
The only other time the industry has seen a 3-million (or more) unit plunge was following the 1974 oil shortage.
"Every job lost on Wall Street impacts two-to-three jobs on the outside. By comparison, every job lost at an auto plant impacts nearly 10 jobs on the outside... We don't want to know what happens if the domestic auto industry gets away from us."
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