The stock market's slide Monday was partially attributed to weak January auto sales. But that weakness reflected harsh winter weather, which theoretically will end.
Chrysler beats the industry's January sales trend and scores with a Super Bowl commercial: Ford says it lost sales due to bad weather, but can make them up.
Ford and GM both report sales declines in January, due primarily to the impact of winter weather. GM expects strong annual sales.
Chrysler reports an 8% sales gains for January, a month when auto sales are expected to be flat.
The America West team took over US Airways in 2005 and did a great job. Wall Street assumes the same thing will happen at American. But will it?
UPS restates weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings.
Boeing CEO Jim McNerney says relations between his company and its principal union have improved since a dramatic vote to accept contract concessions in return for thousands of new Seattle-area jobs. The union, however, says it's a little early to draw that conclusion.
JetBlue's net income rises to $47 million from $1 million and to 14 cents from breakeven, but two analysts remain neutral on the shares.
Boeing delivered 648 commercial aircraft in 2013, up from 601 in 2013, and guids to between 715 and 725 in the current year.
American Airlines shares rise 6% following the airline's first earnings report after a December merger with US Airways. The carrier says it expects to outperform other airlines on unit revenue and implies it will consider a dividend.