May 7, 2010

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Ellen Barkin and Diamond Pendant

Ellen Barkin is a popular actress and former wife Revlon-made billionaire Ronald Perelman 4.3 million U.S. dollars in the action against her ex-husband Ronald Perelman. A judge ordered the artist Manhattan Perelman to pay the amount so that the company can invest in film production, which he founded along with ex-husband.  

This happened in her divorce.Ellen Barkin was a deal between $ 20 and $ 60,000,000, but not satisfied, so he filed an action against each other and the other $ 4,300,000 request.
Were married, Ellen Barkin and Ron for more than five years and ended in a horrible division in 2006.

Before they divorced, Ron Perelman decided to do a film production company that  Ellen Barkin and her brother George held a fund. Barkin signed four injections per year, Applehead Pictures in 2006 and 2007 amounting to $ 3,400,000.
Then we thought with that much money Ellen Barkin could buy jewelry like what ...? Most beautiful Diamond ring ...? Or the most expensive diamond pendant, as you see his picture he does not wear a pendant.

May 5, 2010

GM cancels plan to sell Chevrolet Orlando in U.S.

Chevrolet Orlando

Rumor has it that General Motors won't be selling the new seven-passenger Orlando here in the United States come 2011, or ever for that matter. According to Automotive News, GM has said that it will be skipping the people-mover in order to focus its attention on the models Chevrolet currently sells. Margaret Brooks, Chevrolet's product marketing director for small cars and crossovers, said that the company's current portfolio easily takes care of any family's needs.

While buyers in Canada, Europe and Asia will still be able to buy the new Orlando as scheduled, GM has decided to increase production of the Equinox, Traverse and Malibu here in the U.S. to make up for the missing model. The move is still somewhat of a shock, especially considering how hard GM was pushing the Orlando as part of its new product lineup just one year ago.

The decision to drop the Orlando does make sense, though. Despite the fact that the vehicle was based on the much smaller Cruze platform, it would be elbowing its way into an already packed showroom dominated by the likes of the popular Equinox. Those needing a little more space for their brood or luggage can still easily step up to a Traverse.

Meanwhile, Automotive News reports that the Cruze is still scheduled to begin production later this year.

[Source: Automotive News]

BMW X4 back on the table?


Were you, like us, just thinking that BMW's U.S. lineup would be fully complete if only it had just one more crossover utility Sports Activity Vehicle that slotted in somewhere between the small X3 and midsize X5? If so, we have good news. Just such a vehicle – logically and tentatively named the X4 – is rumored to be in development. Again.

Just as the X6 was designed as a sportier take on the more traditional SUV-shaped X5, the new X4 would inject a bit more Bavarian flavor into the plain ol' X3. Citing an unnamed source within the company, Autocar reports, "We haven't made any firm decision... however, the X6's success shows there is a continued demand for sporty off-roaders."

Yes, we've heard this rumor before, but not since 2008. Why the possible change of heart? Despite drawing ire from what seems to be a vocal minority, BMW reports that the X6 is handily outpacing its own initial sales projections. In fact, it's 80,000 sales worldwide is twice what the automaker had expected to sell. And one good turn deserves... something.

[Source: Autocar]

Buick LaCrosse rebranded as Daewoo Alpheon in South Korea

2010 Daewoo Alpheon

General Motors may be shying away from badge engineering here in the United States, but that doesn't mean the company is giving up its old ways in other parts of the world. Daewoo recently unveiled its new Alpheon sedan at the Busan International Motor Show in Korea, and the car is as identical as identical gets to the 2010 Buick LaCrosse we all know and love. The Korean automaker says that its newest luxury cruiser is "based on the same architecture" as the mid-size Buick, though we would be more inclined to say Xerox couldn't come up with a better copy.

Under the hood, Korean buyers will find the same mid-range 3.0-liter gasoline V6 that American buyers enjoy. As near as we can tell, the only significant difference is that the Tri-Crest badge has been ditched in favor of a Daewoo piece. At least they went that far.

The Alpheon/LaCrosse joined the debut of the Orlando MPV on stage at Busan. According to Daewoo, the sedan will hit dealers mid-way through this year. Hit the jump for the full press-release.

[Source: Daewoo]

May 4, 2010

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