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A hefty investment from the Chinese internet firm is giving investors more confidence in the electric carmaker.
Despite an earlier announcement that the company will cap autonomous vehicle tech spending at $250 million, Intel has made a giant investment in this Israeli firm.
An analyst has likened the electric carmaker to Amazon, Netflix and Apple. Here's why that's a ridiculous idea.
The move comes amid a regulatory onslaught in Seoul against the German car maker.
The Volkswagen cheating scandal continues to send shock waves through the auto industry. Let's look at who the probable winners and losers will be when the dust settles.
European carmakers are working hard to impress investors.
Apple's iPhone, Boeing planes and GM cars are selling well in China, showing bets by U.S. companies on the world's second-largest economy are paying off even with market slumps.
China’s anticorruption crackdown has taken a bite out of bling, but it’s not the only thing weakening luxury brand sales in the massive market.
Subaru parent Fuji Heavy Industries has seen its common stock soar 552% in Tokyo trading since 2012, while Fuji ADRs in the U.S. have risen 342%.
Auto sales were down in March, but the sector may not be at its low point yet.
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