Microsoft stock is falling Thursday, apparently because investors finally believe what Ford said in 2012: Alan Mulally is staying until 2014.
Ford unveils its highly anticipated new Mustang, 50 years after the car was introduced, in one more sign of the resurgence of the U.S. auto industry.
GM has been getting the nod over Ford from experts and investors recently, but S&P Capital IQ analyst Efraim Levy sees things differently and says he is concerned about GM's valuation and inventory buildup.
GM and Chrysler both post double-digit sales gains in November, while Ford sales rise 7%
GM sales could show a double-digit increase in November based on strong truck sales as well as gains at Cadillac and Buick.
When the America West management team took over US Airways in 2005, it cut capacity and boosted unit revenue. A veteran analyst says the team can do the same thing at American.
On the first day of the American Airlines flight attendants strike in 1993, most planes flew empty. It seemed the airline was unprepared. But a former airline executive says that isn't the case.
Airlines are bracing for bad weather during the peak Thanksgiving holiday, but Ted Reed says it was even worse during the 1993 American Airlines strike.
UBS analyst Colin Langan anticipates that 2014 will be a better year for GM than for Ford, at least in the first half of the year, thanks to the benefit of the new Silverado rollout.
American Airlines flight attendants staged the last strike at a major airline 20 years ago. This year, their union president was among the leaders in promoting a merger with US Airways.