Ford has less than a 40-day inventory of Fusions but will add plant capacity in the fall. It will also add 2,000 workers in Kansas City to build F-150s and Transit vans.
Ford, GM and Chrysler all report double-digit April sales gains, and Lincoln shows signs of life.
With GM shares trading near a two-year high, some analysts say it might be time for a pause.
Delta and US Airways report first-quarter profit, but Delta says April unit revenue will decline 2% to 3%.
Note to the FAA: You have discretion in making budget cuts. Use it.
San Diego International Airport might make a nice hub for someone, but it has just one runway and growth is limited.
American CEO Tom Horton says US Airways will get a big break when it leaves Star to join Oneworld.
American Airlines CEO Tom Horton says the airline now has lower costs than competitors. He also says while Oneworld won when TAM joined.
Excluding items, American made $8 million in the first quarter, a period when airlines typically lose money.
Mexico is fourth in the world in auto exports, after Germany, Japan and Korea, and is the only one lacking a domestic automaker.