Buying a car? Haggling goes on hiatus

Buying a car? Haggling goes on hiatus
By Maria Panaritis, Philadelphia Inquirer Thursday, May 5, 2011 The days of waltzing into a showroom and talking tough with a desperate salesman until you get the price you want may be coming to an end. • Turmoil in tsunami-ravaged Japan, where work at automotive assembly plants and parts factories has slowed or halted — coupled with soaring global gasoline prices and lean inventories — has …
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Visteon 1Q earns fall after big gain last year
Visteon Corp’s quarterly profit fell 83 percent from a year earlier, when the auto parts maker notched a big gain by ending retirement benefits.
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