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Plant closure ended Ohio's production of GM vehicles and left more than 1,600 without work. GM says plant's future between it and labor union.
GM and Ford have identical business models, but they are different stocks.
Uber could be looking at $1 billion or more investment led by SoftBank and Toyota.
Alphabet is going to cash in when Uber and Lyft go public.
Waymo could take on outside investors, setting a valuation for its industry-leading autonomous driving technology.
Volkswagen making its MEB platform open to other automakers puts the German company in a unique position.
Did the Fed aid Microsoft? No, Microsoft aided Microsoft. J&J aided J&J. Procter aided Procter.
TheStreet's Helene Meisler says hard work -- and some luck -- were the keys to her success on Wall Street.
Waymo will start selling its own sensors to help drive down production costs.
U.S. stock futures rise as Wall Street monitors U.S.-China trade developments; Salesforce.com declines after issuing tepid first-quarter guidance; Target and Kohl's report earnings Tuesday; GM to end production at a plant in Ohio on Wednesday.
Stocks were down Monday. A head scratcher. The explanation is blindingly clear.
TD Ameritrade top strategist J.J. Kinahan explains why some investors have bought Ford stock, and what to watch before buying more.
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman, who sets his own pay, got a 45% cut in total compensation last year to $69.1 million. But compared with JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, considered by most investors to be the reigning dean of Wall Street, Schwarzman still looks vastly overpaid.
The two greatest fears of TSLA bears are coming true.
No one wants a Kraft Heinz moment.
Stocks with high dividend yields can be tempting, but make sure you first have a solid understanding where the core business is heading.
Ford and Volkswagen are partnering on another initiative, this time on autonomous vehicles.
Cash is a lazy asset, but the genesis of Berkshire's underperformance has been choosing the wrong investments.
The market run-up is not all speculative on the trade agreement. There's a method to the market's madness.
Daimler and BMW are putting more than $1 billion to work on pushing automotive technology forward.
Buffett's eagerly anticipated letter on Saturday is a must-read for investors.
Recent comments from Tesla CEO Elon Musk outline a positive future for autonomous cars. Will he be right?
Honda is axing production in Britain, adding to the list of automakers undergoing a restructuring. Does this raise a red flag?
The rumored investment was confirmed on Friday, but apparently doesn't include General Motors.
Investors had better be ready for new types of combinations between automotive and tech companies.
The race for AVs can be divided into two acronyms - ADAS and MaaS - and MaaS is an enormous potential market for global companies.
Apple appears behind it in the autonomous race. That doesn't mean it should abandon hope, but it seems like it could capitalize in other areas within the space.
GM could make any electric vehicle, but this deal puts it in the same boardroom with Amazon.
GM and Amazon are looking to invest in an electric pick-up truck, T-Mobile and Sprint have to defend their merger in front of Congress and Cisco releases earnings after the bell Wednesday. Jim Cramer breaks down what it all means for the markets.
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