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January snowstorms on the U.S. east coast may have postponed some sales, which is why year-over-year sales were flat rather than lower.
Fiat Chrysler's sales rise 7%, GM is flat and Ford sales decline 3%. A winter storm may have delayed some shoppers.
Global automakers face tricky decisions about how to configure their factories and in which new models to invest.
Kia Motors' new Optima midsize sedan is a top pick in its class. Here's an in-depth review, based on extensive testing.
Hyundai will spin off luxury brand Genesis in the U.S.
Half a million VW diesel cars will be recalled. Financial penalty will be stiff and criminal sanctions could follow.
Krafcik brings a wealth of experience to Google's automotive project.
The introduction in the U.S. of Hyundai's next-generation compact crossover, the 2016 Tucson, is a ray of light for the South Korean automaker amid partly cloudy skies.
The profit improvement for the Chevy Cruze will interest General Motors investors. GM CEO Mary Barra is eager to show her company's offerings are varied and appealing to consumers.
The EPA has its own ideas about which cars have put up the most miles per gallon, but U.S. drivers have pushed certain vehicles to amazing mileage.
South Korean automakers Kia and Hyundai have figured out how to build cars that American motorists like.
Investors and insurers should be worried about autonomous technologies in traditional vehicles, and not driverless cars.
European stock markets declined Tuesday on Greek debt worries even as better-than-expected eurozone consumer price data suggested that government bond-buying had staved off Japanese-style deflation.
Stock futures are rising on the first day of trading in 2015, as oil remains weak and the dollar continues to strengthen.
Growth is China has slowed, but is still in the 7% range. Here's how you can profit.
Kia Motors is using Super Bowl XLVIII to show off its entry into luxury sedans.
Cars are becoming more accessible in more countries. Here's an ETF that tries to profit from that trend.
If China really wants to clear the air, some foreign firms might clean up in the process.
North Korea feels like China 30 years ago when foreign companies were getting a feel for what it took to make it there