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U.S. stock futures turn lower; the Trump administration threatens to impose new tariffs on automobile imports; Deutsche Bank to cut 7,000 jobs.
Stocks look to sustain their momentum in the week ahead. There are many good reasons for stocks to climb higher right now, chief among them an impressive earnings season.
Key Tesla talent is exiting stage left at a critical juncture for the money-losing electric car maker.
The Detroit automaker also crushed analysts' expectations for revenue even as it announced a day earlier that its sales declined by 3% during the period.
President Xi Jinping's pledge to significantly lower tariffs on imported vehicles came hours after President Trump on Monday tweeted about China's 25% tariff on cars from the U.S.
Should you invest in autonomous driving stocks for retirement? For some investors, the answer is a resounding 'yes.'
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There are hundreds of names trying to grab a piece of the self-driving car pie, ranging from startups to the world's largest automakers.
Tesla shares continue to be under severe pressure as it fumbles again on several fronts. Stock markets, too, continue to look wobbly as investors digest a fresh rout in tech stocks.
More Americans are dumping their boring old sedans, and looking for these SUVs instead.
The potential for a global trade war is weighing on markets Monday.
Prominent names that were merely 'avoids' have become out-and-out shorts in light of recent events.
The car company hits the top again on 2018 reviews led by its compact car the Corolla.
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Investors in Honda Motor Co., Ltd. saw new options become available today, for the October 19th expiration.
The Super Bowl is in full swing with the New England Patriots doing battle with the Philadelphia Eagles. Edmunds says several car commercials have worked the best in grabbing viewers' attention.
Markets are getting killed, but there are still some equities climbing Friday.
The automaker said commodity and exchange rate costs cut into its bottom line in 2017, and the company continues to expect lower earnings in 2018 as it works to transform itself into a mobility enterprise of the future.
Just about every car, truck or SUV depreciates as soon as it leaves the dealership, but demand for some models keeps prices high years after those vehicles sell.
Folks can crow all they want about autonomous vehicles, but there's still a market for those who want to drive a car.
The second-largest U.S. automaker lost the passenger car battle to Japanese automakers long ago. Maybe it's time to finally throw in the towel and shift gears.
BlackBerry is quickly enveloping itself in the self-driving car space, with many customers not even realizing it.
A vehicle can help with New Year's resolutions to travel more and spend more time with family, but they can also get you a new job and even help you be a better person.
Honda and Alibaba have reportedly teamed up to create autonomous car technology.
Founders bought around $15 million to $20 million in bitcoin.
Amazon seems to grow more dominant over its retail rivals by the day. The effect of the digital giant's dominance could be seen on Thanksgiving Day.
Edmunds estimates that new car and truck sales in November will jump 3.5% from last year to more than 1.4 million. That's because dealers have been priming drivers to buy all month long with early Black Friday savings.
Though not a leader among automakers, it's very well positioned for growth in China and India.
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