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Whether it's a car for your teen, a minivan for the family, or a fun sports car for buzzing around town, savvy car shoppers know it's smart to buy used.
Waymo is taking a different approach to launching its self-driving robo-taxi in Europe.
Real Money contributor Jim Collins hits the road in search of the best investment opportunities.
Toyota continues to make moves in the autonomous driving industry.
Looking to maximize profits, Nissan's looking to cut its reliance on low-margin fleet sales and profit-eating incentives to consumers.
A new report suggests progress remains slow for Apple's self-driving project, and that big-name automakers reluctant to partner with it. Would an acquisition make sense?
Stocks fall Thursday after Donald Trump calls off a summit meeting planned for next month with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un.
Global automaker stocks slumped Thursday following the launch of a national security investigation into U.S. car and truck imports by President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump's decision to launch a national security probe into car and truck imports hit global market sentiment overnight as traders grew increasingly concerned of an escalating trade war.
U.S. stock futures turn lower; the Trump administration threatens to impose new tariffs on automobile imports; Deutsche Bank to cut 7,000 jobs.
Tesla's battery holds up well under data collected by its customers. That's one thing it's got going for it.
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.
Compact SUVs, crossovers, sport sedans, and some racy coupes are rolling out to the dealerships, so if you're in the market for a new car, the choices are out there.
Stocks are higher Thursday as investors creep back into risk markets on the the final trading day of a volatile quarter.
Global stocks found their footing overnight, with investors snapping up cheap equities on the final trading day of the quarter, even as broader concerns linked to trade wars and the tech sector cast a cautious tone.
Stock futures rise on the last trading day of a volatile first quarter; automakers Renault and Nissan reportedly are discussing a merger; CME Group to buy U.K. trading platform NEX.
Here's everything you need to know before the last day of trading before the long weekend.
Renault surged to a ten-year high Thursday after a Bloomberg report suggest the French automaker is considering scrapping its alliance with Nissan to create a merger global car company that would trade as a single stock.
The Dow lost another 400 points Friday, marking the worst week for markets in weeks
More Americans are dumping their boring old sedans, and looking for these SUVs instead.
Self-driving cars are coming, and here's how to position your portfolio.
Analysts say Telsa needs to deliver on volume and quality of the new Model 3 or risk losing customers and investors.
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.
In-depth reviews of Tesla's mass-market sedan praise its performance, handling and lack of noise, while in-store reactions have been similarly enthusiastic.
U.S. stock futures are rising Wednesday, suggesting Wall Street will rebound from the previous session when the Dow broke through 26,000 for the first time but ended the day with a small loss.
Bitcoin maintains its decline while U.S. stock futures suggest a rebound from yesterday's small loss. Are you ready for today's trading?
U.S. corporations including GM, H&R Block and Wells Fargo and the people who own their stock are seen as among the biggest winners from the new tax plan.
Toray Industries this week acknowledged falsifying product-quality data, but it is only the latest company in Japan to stub its toe in a big way.
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