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Are you ready for the weekend? These are the business stories you need to see first.
The car company hits the top again on 2018 reviews led by its compact car the Corolla.
An EWJ bearishly biased, out-of-the-money vertical put spread.
U.S. stock futures are swinging wildly in and out of positive territory on Tuesday, and European stocks suffer steep declines, as investors try to make sense of a market rout that has spread globally.
The sun also rises. Here's what you should be following after yesterday's mind-blowing Dow drop.
Advertisers reportedly paid $5 million each for 30-second spots. It's not helping today.
Advertisers paid millions of dollars to reach Super Bowl viewers. Here are the five best-rated commercials.
Companies spent big-time to get air time during the 2018 Super Bowl. From bringing in Hollywood to giving out free food, they did anything they could to get your attention. Consider this your all-encompassing cheat sheet. Watch them here now!
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.
Yellow Tail is back as the only wine company to have a commercial during the Super Bowl. And with Anheuser-Busch having the exclusive rights to be the only alcohol ads that air during the game, the wine company found a clever way to work around that.
With tons of auto ads airing during this Super Bowl LII, Hyundai attempts to differentiate itself by dropping Hollywood in lieu of every parent who faithfully stand on the sidelines at pee wee soccer games. Watch the video here!
In his first State of the Union address, President Donald Trump lauded the 'beauty of America's soul and the steel in America's spine.'
Lexus and Marvel Studios created a Super Bowl ad that pairs the flagship 2018 Lexus LS 500 F SPORT with the Black Panther, played by Chadwick Boseman. Watch the full 60-second ad now!
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.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings continues to captivate the minds of many on Wall Street. Check out Tesla CEO Elon Musk's new compensation package.
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.
Following a thrilling opening week for the Overwatch League that drew more than 10 million viewers worldwide, a major new brand-marketing partner has signed on to support the league during its inaugural season:...
Volkswagen ends record 2017 with 8.5% December sales surge as it prepares to shift focus towards electric and autonomous vehicles and put its $20 billion emissions scandal firmly behind it.
Global auotmaker stocks are on the rise again Tuesday after upbeat sales forecasts from some of Europe's biggest manufacturers and pledges of new electric car investments from Ford.
General Motors is dominating the early talk ahead of the Detroit Auto Show with news of a fully autonomous car hitting roads in 2019.
Tech stocks are poised to get a boost from many of this year's top CES announcements, including Amazon and Google's focus on voice assistants, the autonomous driving revolution and streaming video.
Activision Blizzard is counting on people wanting to watch others play video games.
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.
Jim Cramer says people can't have it both ways when it comes to worrying about the bond market and stocks.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Toyota, Southwest Airlines, iRhythm Technologies, General Dynamics, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin.
U.S. car buyers really liked pickup trucks and crossover SUVs last year, but cars will still sell if they have what drivers want.
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