Is anyone driving a Cadillac anymore? GM’s sales say no. Toyota on the other hand has every other person in America behind the wheel of an Avalon. The New York Times reports that in the first half of 2008, Toyota outsold GM by nearly 300,000 cars. The car industry behemoth is struggling under the economy’s production costs. Wednesday, Chrysler chimed in to the tune of the cutting of another 1,000 jobs. Read the full story here.