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Big Three

The three largest automobile firms in the United States: General Motors, Chrysler, and Ford. Historically, their performance was considered an indicator of the performance of the wider American economy.

Big Three

A widely used reference to the three major automobile manufacturers in the United States: Chrysler Division of DaimlerChrysler, Ford, and General Motors.
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The submission also shows that the big three US carriers have gained more than $70 billion in benefits from US government authorities, and through legal processes such as Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganisation, over the last 15 years.
Whether or not they win another title, the Heat will surely have a hard time keeping the Big Three together because of their higher asking price.
Very soon it might reach a stage where the Big Three are unreachable creating a huge gap in cricketing standards.
PCB Chief said, if given a chance he was keen to meet Prime Minister, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, who is also the Patron in Chief of the PCB to brief him on the Big Three and to have his opinion on the issue, and to chalk out a strategy in the larger interest of Pakistan, to present the case of the country in the next ICC meeting.
The Pakistan's cricket fraternity also feels the PCB should not to fall in the Big Three trap.
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How the new Big Three will play together is anybody's guess.
By the mid-1960s and early 1970s, management of the Big Three had shifted from the car people to "numbers guys," who were more interested in squeezing every possible penny of profit from the vehicles.
Proponents of a bailout for the Big Three have emphasized the enormous job losses associated with a bankruptcy scenario, including not only jobs directly provided by the automakers, but also jobs with parts suppliers, auto dealers, and in the transport and advertising industries.
92 on an exchange about a 15-8 chance, and bet on the phone or a boring and anonymous website with the big three, instead of taking advantage of the many much more friendly and competitive local bookmakers.
Sluggish consumer demand for trucks and other gas-guzzlers -- the Big Three's mainstay products -- continued to squeeze the Big Three, though they have adopted a strategy of focusing on fuel-efficient smaller cars.
The owners of Big Three Promotions--Tony Anthony, Ed Linck and Wally Waller--propose a solution to this problem.