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Morgan Stanley Analyst Fears the Movie The Big Short Has Discouraged Investors From Buying Risky Auto Loans

Every now and then Hollywood makes a difference that’s bigger than Leo before and after his Oscar. Apparently, the plot and popularity of the The Big Short—the critically-acclaimed Adam-McKay directed adaptation of Michael Lewis’s book—rattled some analysts at Morgan Stanley.

Dealership Finds A Way To Pay Salespeople Even If The Deal Dries Up

Carlos Uruchurtu, general manager of George Chevrolet in LA, had a problem, his hard-working sales staff would do their best to get a customer into a car only to have the deal fall through when it came time to get a loan. Uruchurtu came up with a plan to pay his staff even if a customer didn't drive home with a car.

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