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The annual CES blowout will be more like an auto show in 2017, with carmakers, chipmakers, software developers and others all set to make announcements.
Prominent CES attendees are keen to show they won't get left out as cars become considerably more intelligent, connected and self-aware. And you can bet Apple is paying attention, too.
--ADAS, infotainment, daisy-chaining and more: check out the potential for in-vehicle connectivity--
The president-elect demands a 'big border tax' for automakers building in Mexico. Given the complex nature of the global auto business, such a move could have unintended consequences.
Self-driving cars are quickly becoming the future of the auto industry.
CFRA Reseach has identified several companies that could be hurt but a shift toward trade protectionism.
Will a ride-sharing venture between Waymo and Fiat Chrysler follow?
These stocks are showing off short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
The 11-person vehicle, which travels up to 28 mph, will be tested at the university's 34-acre Mcity test track and may eventually be operated as a shuttle on campus.
The auto parts manufacturer is involved in a promising taxi initiative with the Singapore government.
These stocks -- including BorgWarner and Delphi Automotive -- have formed patterns that project powerful profits.
The chip giant's deals with Delphi and BMW are proof it's taking the autonomous driving market seriously. But Nvidia and Qualcomm/NXP present stiff competition.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including an upgrade for Pfizer, and downgrades for Goldman Sachs, Johnson & Johnson, Delphi and Darden Restaurants.
Oil prices tumble Tuesday on doubts that OPEC can reach an agreement to cut production; U.S. stock futures point to a mild rebound for Wall Street.
The German chipmaker predicts sales growth to the automotive sector will outstrip group expansion.
Nissan wants to prepare the car parts supplier for rapidly evolving industry.
In the race to perfect driverless vehicle technology, the one-time GM parts supplier could be a winner.
Buying a seat in the connected car has never been more attractive.
The metal component manufacturer found itself in the crosshairs just days after being spun out of Alcoa. The company is undervalued, but also highly levered and with some activist protections.
Defense firms saw green Wednesday morning prior to open, while transport companies and exporters were down. Kansas City Southern, the most exposed railroad to Mexico, lost 10% of its value
Shares are also reasonably priced at 14.7x fiscal 2017 EPS estimates.