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The G90 is aimed at competition with Mercedes S Class and others.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including several downgrades for Hain Celestial, new coverage of IBM, and upgrades for Marathon Oil and Noble.
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These five big stocks are telling important technical stories. Here's how to trade them now.
The new fuel cell approach offers a potential alternative to conventional fuel cells, which require hydrogen infrastructure.
Today a lawsuit was filed against Honda by owners of Acura vehicles.
Honda Motor shares were surging as its first-quarter profit exceeded estimates.
Microsoft sells off debt to finance its LinkedIn acquisition while Emerson Electric sells its $4 billion Network Power division.
Japan's Cabinet approves a $275 billion stimulus package; U.S. stock futures point lower though oil prices recover; U.S. automakers to post sales results for July.
A crazy election season is damaging the American brand, says Harley-Davidson CEO Matt Levatich.
Harley-Davidson managed to claw back market share in the U.S. after over a year of dealing with tough competition.
Honda and SoftBank team up on talking cars, while the IDC says smartwatch shipments fell 32% in the second quarter compared to the same period last year.
Volkswagen and Peugeot the big losers in June auto registrations, while BMW and Renault see increase.
These five big foreign stocks that are telling important technical stories right now. Here's how to trade them.
Japan's auto stocks have gotten smashed since the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union on June 23
Chairman Shigehisa Takada implies his resignation for first time.
The vote to leave the European Union will have a major 'negative' effect on GM and Ford, says one analyst.
Owners of Honda Acura vehicles featuring the HandsFreeLink Bluetooth phone-pairing system are suing the automaker for a battery-draining defect that has plagued owners since at least 2005 despite Honda knowing about the...
Automakers are racing to lock up a limited number of software geniuses to write code for driverless car projects.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgraded several auto supplier stocks, citing lower than anticipated U.S. auto sales this year.
If voters in the U.K. choose to leave the European Union, global automakers likely will face immediate additional costs to their European businesses and a probable loss of sales.
If you're looking for signs of continuous improvement at General Motors, the 2017 Chevrolet Cruze would be an excellent start.
With car sales on the rise, the technical setups in these automotive stocks are worth trading right now.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer goods sector higher today.
Test-driving 20 cars in two days, back-to-back, from $27,000 to $147,000--and comparing them all to the Tesla Model X. How did the new SUV stack up?
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer goods sector lower today.
I searched for non-banks that have grown book value at an above-average rate the past 5 years.