SAN DIEGO – There are two types of winds blowing here on the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Most noticeable to Californians and the mercury gauge, the Santa Ana winds are whipping in out of season from the Mojave Desert, raising May temperatures to 100° F (37.7° C) and causing forest fires in the boulder-dotted hills and sun-blasted canyons. The 9-2X corners very well. Most noticeable to auto industry observers are the winds of change blowing at Saab Automobile. In an effort to increase ...
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