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U.S. President Donald Trump has gone on the offensive in Beijing, as he did in Tokyo. At least he's being honest, at the risk of offending his hosts. He may be wrong, but he speaks his mind.
Robust auto sales are being driven by strong demand for SUVs and trucks.
President Trump tweeted Sunday that reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is about to unseal an indictment are a partisan distraction from his legislative achievements.
The impact of a string of devastating hurricanes in late August and early September will again be the focus of investor attention in the coming week.
Tesla has first-mover advantage with electric cars yet again, this time apparently with a 100% -owned factory planned for Shanghai. Its competitors never learn.
The rapid adoption of active safety features have boosted the popularity of self-driving cars.
The annual reliability report outlined why new or newly redesigned models could be a bad choice. Plus, they took a jab at Tesla and Tesla jabbed right back.
DoJ will look into deepening Kobe Steel scandal that has potentially impacted everything from DVDs to 747s.
As Kelley Blue Book reminds us, a global economy means any product can be made anywhere. The days of calling a car 'American,' 'German' or 'Japanese' based on the company name alone are over. So is it an illusion that you're driving an 'American' car?
Japanese products have long held a quality stamp that has been invaluable in attracting manufacturing away from cheaper alternatives but this is now under threat.
Kobe Steel says data falsification scandal linked to copper and aluminium shipments may go back at least ten years.
A new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says one in three U.S. adults use infotainment systems while driving their vehicles, which in turn could lead to dangerous consequences.
Just think of the positive impact that auto sales will have on September retail sales. Meanwhile, Ford's new CEO just dropped the hammer.
This is how the NFL's sponsors are responding to political protests on the field.
Ford, Under Armour and AB InBev have supported athletes' right to peacefully protest while also voicing respect for the flag. Other firms have taken more definitive sides.
Tesla isn't the only car-maker looking to make great looking cars. Here's a peak into some hot models fro 2018.
Automotive information giant Cars.com has released the results of its Compact SUV Challenges.
The revamped Honda Accord will be made in Marysville, Ohio.
Mercedes, Ferrari and Volkswagen all turned heads at the first press event day at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
So many cars will be on display. But, there will be a big focus on Tesla killers.
Stocks rise after positive car sales reports. That was enough to overshadow a disappointing jobs report out earlier in the day.
The settlement covers 11.4 million owners of cars with potentially faulty Takata airbags.
Volvo promises to go all-electric -- or at least mostly electric -- by 2019.
GM's premium crossover could increase the No. 1 U.S. automaker's penetration in one of the industry's hottest segments.
U.S. car companies risk missing out as foreign producers ink the necessary partnerships to make new-energy vehicles in China.
Morgan Stanley is increasing its full year earnings forecast for Tesla by 19%.
Though auto loans and leases are giving U.S. drivers less time with their vehicles, there are plenty of rides out there looking to go the distance.
Hyundai's Sonata returns with a facelift.
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