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A new domain name hints at the true nature of Tesla's master plan. But is this stock worthwhile for investors?
GM's budding alliance with Lyft could hasten the day when selling rides is as big or bigger a business than the selling of vehicles.
The Japanese automaker is too small, theoretically, to exist on its own. But building a stronger brand may lead to more collaboration or a merger.
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GM has been on top for decades, a status that could soon change as Ford nips at its heels.
Global automakers are held to a tougher standard when vehicle safety is questioned. Unlike Tesla, they don't test beta software versions on customers.
Japan's auto stocks have gotten smashed since the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union on June 23
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Growth in same-store sales and average customer spending slows, while footfall declines.
May's tragic autopilot crash highlights the dangers in Tesla technology. Look elsewhere for safe investment opportunities.
A mixed picture for auto sales in June as automakers release their sales results.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer goods sector lower today.
GM, the biggest maker of cars in the U.S., sees sales fall in June.
Worries over sales for the second half of 2016 increase with Great Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Whether it's creating artificial skin for pedestrian safety mannequins, helping autonomous vehicles detect and safely react to emergency vehicles or fabrics that clean themselves, Toyota leads the way in anticipating and...
U.S. stock futures are rising as the uncertainty following Britain's referendum on EU membership eases.
The Lexus and Prius recall comes as the car maker secures shareholder support to reel in separately listed subsidiary Daihatsu.
Hopes of central bank intervention spur indices in Europe and Asia.
Fed Governor Powell spurs excitement about potential rate cuts.
On Tuesday night, U.S. futures continued to rise as markets show signs of a post-Brexit recovery.
Time is luxury. That's why Lincoln is providing free pickup and delivery service for owners whose cars need servicing.
National Veterans Wheelchair Games (NVWG) co-hosts, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Paralyzed Veterans of America (Paralyzed Veterans), are proud to recognize Toyota as a National Host sponsor of the...
Chairman Shigehisa Takada implies his resignation for first time.
Benchmark indices rise for the first time since Thursday.
Car makers including Toyota continue to decline, while Li Ka-shing affiliates are hit by concern over U.K. exposure.
It is unclear whether the company, which last raised funds in January, seeks fresh capital or a buyer. GM, Apple and Alibaba are all among the potential acquirers
Car makers and banks buck the positive trend in Japan.