Dow Corning Corp. last week reported net income of $121 million in the second quarter, down 36 percent from $191 million a year earlier
Car buyers are about to see more new choices than ever before.
Getting past campaign could end uncertainty that’s hurting car sales.
Appearances by Governor Rick Snyder and Toyota North America President Jim Lentz will highlight today’s agenda at the Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City.
As car and truck sales slow a bit here in the U.S., they are heating up internationally.
Chrysler sales up 13 percent. Ford down 4 percent. GM down 6 percent.
Chrysler posted a 20 percent sales increase, GM 16 percent and Ford 7 percent.
Ford analyst Erich Merkle talks with WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert about car sales.
A weaker than expected recovery isn’t expected to derail car sales going forward.
Dow Corning Corp. Tuesday reported lower sales and net income in the first quarter of 2012 compared with year-ago figures.