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You don't think of New York City as a place to cut loose with a supercar - but the city's auto show seems to draw buyers of those ultraperformance marvels.
Former Saab Automobile CEO Jan Ake Jonsson was charged with giving false testimony when the aftermath of the Swedish automaker's bankruptcy played out in court.
Spyker -- the Dutch supercar maker that was hurt by its acquisition of Saab from General Motors -- was today declared bankrupt even as founder and CEO Victor Muller vowed to revive the company.
Spyker Cars has filed for financial restructuring as the Dutch automaker that was hurt by its acquisition of Saab from General Motors seeks to avoid collapse.
GM persuaded a federal appeals court to uphold the dismissal of a $3 billion lawsuit in which Spyker accused it of derailing a plan to sell the Swedish automaker Saab to a Chinese company.
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