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And they also paid every cent back. Look it up. It's true. Chrysler and GM have not.
Didn't GM sell shares to the gov't for their cash flow \ debt issues? ....and then bought the shares back when their finances stabilized?
not any more
10.8% from 1990 to 1997.
Cummins manufactures engines to sell to anybody that wants to buy them, Ford may have owed some shares of cummins but that's irrelevant, I own a couple hundred shares of Cummins doesn't mean I own Cummins, anybody can buy there shares they are a publicly traded company.
Ford actually put up the name and symbol as collateral and secured additional financing before the bailout happened. No matter the brand or your preference there is always some element to like in each car manufacturer.
I scipped page 2 and 3 , for lack of interest, when did ford finally circle the problem ?
there is one of those for sale local to me (a regular street version) rootbeer brown i havent had the heart to see what they want for it, because i dont have room for it anyway
I had one for 6 years and ended up trading it off.