Saab

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Saab 900, the company's most famous car
Saab AB
Former typePublic
IndustryAerospace and Defence
FateMerged with Spyker
When it was created1937
Defunct2011
HeadquartersJärfälla, Sweden
Area servedWorldwide
Key peopleÅke Svensson (President) & (CEO)
Marcus Wallenberg (Chairman)
Things madeMilitary aircraft
Military systems
Money earnedIncrease 23.021 Billion SEK (2007)
Operating incomeIncrease 2.607 Billion SEK (2007)
Net incomeIncrease 1.941 Billion SEK (2007)
Employees13,757 (2008)
Websitesaabgroup.com

Saab is a Swedish car and airplane maker, started in Trollhattan, Sweden in 1937. Saab started to make cars in 1947. The automobile part of the business is now owned by Spyker Cars.[1] The aviation and defense parts of Saab are owned by the Wallenberg family.

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  1. Sterling, Toby. "GM to sell Saab to Dutch carmaker Spyker". Retrieved 2010-01-26.