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Companies like Apple, Microsoft and Cisco can afford aggressive buybacks and dividends, but activists could force others with offshore cash to choose between equity and debt holders.
General Motors' European CEO appeared to give his backing for a merger with France's Peugeot after German lawmakers said the tie-up could work if domestic jobs were protected.
Maven to expand L.A. car-sharing and ridesharing services by introducing the Chevrolet Bolt Electric Vehicle to the fleet
The fate of GM's Vauxhall plants in England were already doubtful, but If Peugeot buys GM Europe they look close to sealed.
Billionaire investors appear to see good times ahead with a fellow billionaire in the White House.
Fiat Chrysler led European carmakers on volume in January, while Daimler also grew strongly and Volkswagen held its market share steady.
With nearly $800 million invested in the stock, Apple remains David Einhorn's top investment, but a he's buying up notable positions in some other companies, too.
Ioniq's hybrid beats Toyota's Prius narrowly in fuel efficiency. Nevertheless, low gasoline prices have compressed demand for hybrids and electrics, as consumers flock to bigger trucks and SUVs.
This latest consolidation pattern should give plenty of fuel to the bulls.
Wall Street smashes records again on Tuesday, closing at all-time highs for its fourth consecutive session.
Wall Street hold small gains on Tuesday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen plays the part of both dove and hawk.
In a ruling issued today, U.S.
European stocks whipsawed as investors reacted to a White House resignation, poor eurozone data and Yellen putting tightening on the table with lawmakers
Wall Street is mixed on Tuesday morning after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen champions the strength of the U.S. economy.
GM is looking at options for its Opel and Vauxhaull units
A rally that pushed stocks to new heights loses some steam in premarket trading Tuesday as investors look toward comments from the head of the central bank.
GM is looking at options for its Opel and Vauxhall units.
Members can expand their personal mobility by reserving vehicles for hourly or daily rates
Cramer shares his views about Disney, the most de-risked entertainment company ever, and wonders why, if Trump is so bad for stocks, there's no correction yet.
The supercar maker unveils one of its most impressive autos ever.
The iconic bike maker has had a whirlwind few weeks.
Special equipment lets this midsize pickup crawl over boulders and sprint across wilderness.
Here comes Tesla's earnings report.
The comparison is striking.
This wouldn't be good for Tesla.
The U.S. automaker is likely to continue growing its dividend and share price.