General Motors says it will suspend the third shift at two car factories early next year because American consumers are shifting from cars to SUVs and trucks.

It will impact 2-thousand workers.

The shifts will be idled at factories in Lordstown, Ohio, near Cleveland and in Lansing, Michigan.

Slow demand for Sedans is causing the layoffs.

The election of Donald Trump to the White House puts into question the future of Blockbuster deals.

He spoke against the 85 billion dollar AT&T merger with Time Warner during the campaign, saying it puts too much power in the hands of too few people.


If you don’t want the hassle of a recalled car-stay away from Volkswagen.

JD Power and Associates say it had the most recalls in the past 31 years—some of the same VW cars were even recalled twice for different issues.

Porsche had the fewest safety recalls.

Remember Arby’s venison burger it added to menus in some cities?

It’s selling out.

Nation’s restaurant news says some Arby’s locations ran out of the venison sandwich in just 15 minutes.

Arby’s made the venison sandwich available at 4 Minnesota locations last week.

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