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  • Chrysler's U.S. vehicle sales rose 16.5% last year, but many were to rental-car fleets.

    Boss Sweats Details of Chrysler Revival

  • Stahl bought the existing properties at the Laureate's site, which included a bar, a parking garage and a rental-car office, for about $116 million in September 2008—just as Lehman Brothers' collapse sent the market into a tailspin.

    Laureate Wins in Sales

  • The rental-car agency told her she owed it for the tow, 37 days of storage fees and more than a month of rental charges.

    Behold The $3,000 "Complimentary" Car Rental Of Doom - The Consumerist

  • With the financial muscle of Eurazeo, the fund behind rental-car agency Europcar, Moncler plans to open more of its own stores and increase its marketing budget, with a particular emphasis on China.

    Moncler Defers IPO as Eurazeo Takes Stake

  • The commission gives production companies and their staff discount cards they can use at participating hotels, restaurants, rental-car agencies and other businesses that offer at least 10% off.

    Film Studios Bypass San Francisco

  • Coda's initial sales will be in California, mainly for rental-car companies and other fleet uses, which decreases the need for a showroom and distribution system.

    Start-Up Preps Electric Car for U.S.

  • It built a new rental-car center and improved the design of its security checkpoints to decrease wait times, Mr. Sherry said.

    San Jose Airport Tries to Lure Back Travelers

  • With mobile apps supplying real-time pricing, some hotels and rental-car companies worry about a spike in canceled reservations when travelers spot a better deal.

    New Benefits of Booking Late

  • Bob Barton , president of the American Car Rental Association, a trade group, says he has seen customers make reservations on a mobile device while standing next to the rental-car counter, after determining the walk-up rate was too high.

    New Benefits of Booking Late

  • Hotel room nights rose 51% and rental-car days jumped 65%, but airline tickets volume slid 2.3%.

    Priceline CEO Expects 'Mixed Market' for Middlemen

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