Sales Rise At Detroit's Big Three Automakers

Sales rise at Detroit's Big Three automakers

Chrysler says its U.S. sales jumped 27 percent in October because of strong demand for its Jeep and Chrysler brand vehicles. It was the company's best October sales since 2007.

Senh: The auto industry bailout has been good.

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