They have to come back with a very persuasive caseAutomakers to ask for at least $34 billion Dec 02, 2008
Chrysler has always been known as a lean and resourceful companyAnalysts see Chrysler at a crossroads Aug 05, 2008
They will be pressed here, but they can emerge as a fundamentally sound company if they can get past this mass hysteriaAnalysts see Chrysler at a crossroads Aug 05, 2008
GM is pretty close to where it needs to beGM says it still has cuts ahead May 01, 2008
They're not out of the woods with their turnaround, but they're continuing to make progressGM says it still has cuts ahead May 01, 2008
David B. Cole (3 June 1962 - 24 January 1995) was a songwriter and record producer, and was one half of the dance-music duo C+C Music Factory, which he founded with musical partner Robert Clivillés.
Robert Clivillés and David Cole also produced various hits for other artists such as Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Deborah Cooper, and many others. Cole worked closely with Richard Marx during the latter's rise to stardom, producing many of Marx's early hits.
After Cole's death in 1995, partner Robert Clivillés continued to keep C+C Music Factory going through his own production work.