Honda Motor Co.’s Accord outsold Toyota Motor Corp.’s Camry, the perennial best-seller among cars in the U.S., last month as gains for resurgent U.S.-based automakers surpassed those of Japanese and South Korean brands.
Toyota Motor Corp.’s Camry ceded its rank as America’s best-selling mid-size car for the first time in 17 months, slipping behind Nissan Motor Co.’s Altima and losing share to Honda Motor Co. and Ford Motor Co. models.
Honda Motor Co. said its U.S. sales are growing in October, defying analysts’ projections. That may drive industrywide deliveries to exceed the average outlook, already anticipated as the best in eight months.
Par Pharmaceutical Inc., the generic-drug maker under criminal and civil investigation since 2008 over the marketing of its AIDS drug Megace ES, is scheduled to appear in federal court in New Jersey, a court official said.
Chrysler Group LLC’s pairing up with Fiat SpA was supposed to transform its car lineup into one that Americans would covet, starting with the much-hyped Dodge Dart’s debut a year ago. So far, buyers aren’t budging.