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December 2002 to Today
New Home Warranties:
One CEO recently said the worst of this cycle may be behind us. In terms of sales decreases and price declines, maybe so. But in terms of warranty costs, the worst is right now, as builders have less cash to pay for warranty work on units they sold at the end of the boom years. And then there's the question of how costly the defective Chinese drywall will turn out to be to replace.
September 24, 2009
General Motors' Warranties:
The world's largest automaker is running out of cash, and if a government loan doesn't come through soon, bankruptcy may follow. As the largest U.S.-based warranty provider, GM's fortunes may have a Lehman-like ripple effect throughout the entire manufacturing sector. Then again, maybe a court-supervised opportunity to reorganize is just what the company needs?
November 13, 2008
Flat Rate Extended Warranties:
For shoppers, the choice at the cash register is to say yes or no. The competition is between administrators vying for exclusive contracts with the retailers. But now there's a new choice, for consumers to go home and buy their extended warranties over the Internet.
August 7, 2008
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