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Healthcare expenses will surge, but so will several other categories.
The Netflix model has made its way to the auto sector.
The Lexus RC F will pin you back in your seat with ease.
Get ready to invest in autos, not stocks, with that big tax refund check.
Breathe a sigh of relief, Apple bulls. Making a car is ridiculously capital-intensive.
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Jim Cramer looks at how the French elections are smacking the U.S stock markets. Plus, he has the week-ahead game plan for oil and stocks.
Elections in France and Britain raise the levels of uncertainty.
GM hopes to have hybrid and electric cars on the road by 2020.
Here's a list of automakers that have suffered reputational and financial loss as a result of faulty designs.
This special-edition F-250 is something.
You can almost make it around the circumference of Earth with that mileage.
Consumer spending looks OK, judging by the earnings from several financials.
As evidenced by recent large VIX trades, there is exposure on the opposite side.
More rewards, more spending; a pretty simple equation for American Express.
GM has operated in Venezuela for nearly 70 years, employing 2,700 workers in the country.
Planned model should be similar in size and power to Tesla's Model Y. VW also will spend $2 billion on U.S. charging infrastructure.
Let hedge funds worry about volatility; you just do your homework on companies.
According to some reports, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel didn't want to bother with 'poor countries' like India and Spain.
The recent news that Apple has received a permit to test self-driving cars seemed to confirm its plans; now the question is who will build the cars?
The facility will employ 1,100 people.
Cramer shares his views on redefining the Trump trade and discusses whether Trump has turned his back on 'America First.'
It's not just the President's Boeing 747 plane that the government is looking to replace.
The investor doesn't have much experience with director elections, but nominated three board members as part of his campaign to drive the automaker into splitting its stock into two classes.