The Detroit News takes a slight breather today in its coverage of the Detroit auto industry, with a mere score of articles, while expanding its sights overseas:
Daniel Howes: Conventional wisdom holds that Michigan is entering Year Seven of its one-state recession because Detroit’s automakers are tanking — and poised to drive off a cliff.
TOKYO — Toyota is starting to feel the pinch of the global slowdown at home. 7:04 am
Honda to cut jobs in Britain, Japan amid global slump Britain new car sales down 37 percent in November
Some place their hopes in nostalgia.
Schlitz’s Classic 1960s beer is back on shelves after nearly three decades, prompted by demands from aficionados hankering for the maltier, full-bodied lager.
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