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Big Three

The three major tropical infections—HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis—which receive the bulk of international funding for prevention and treatment.
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A Securities and Exchange Commission commissioner tied to Detroit's Big Three automakers leaked information about an investigation that suggested that Tucker was defrauding investors and contended that his cars weren't real and his factory was fake.
As part of its so-called pattern bargaining strategy with the Big Three automakers, the union is soon expected to reach similar labor-friendly agreements at General Motors and Ford.
Flextronics (NASDAQ: FLEX) said its new location near Detroit enables swift implementation of technologies and applications, including connectivity solutions at Detroit's Big Three automakers.
White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters aboard Air Force One that the report is a milestone for the Big three automakers, Chrysler, Ford and General Motors, since the federal government pumped 80 billion taxpayer dollars to bailout the US auto industry.
The makers of Twinkies may promote their light and springy cake, but they are truly weighted down when it comes to their finances, much as the Big Three automakers and the United States Postal Service have been.
The deal covers 'significant investments and products' at the automaker's plants, and a greater emphasis on profit sharing based on the company's overall performance, which has been a major sticking point for the Big Three automakers.
8 percent rise in June, in contrast to increases posted by the Big Three automakers -- General Motors Co.
The dollar plunged as the Bloomberg report on two of the troubled Big Three automakers caught investors off guard, sparking intense dollar selling, dealers said.
While many industries are suffering, Detroit's Big Three automakers are on the verge of collapse.
Heads of the Big Three automakers try to justify the concepts behind their vehicles in a ballroom filled with Hummers and SUVs.
The decision came three days after the Big Three automakers arrived in Washington in their private jets, seeking $25 billion in federal assistance.
where the Big Three automakers (Ford, GM and Chrysler), as wet[ as other manufacturers, operate large production facilities.