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Otto co-founder promises expansion of fleet, technology testing, partnerships with independent truckers and freight hauling by next year.
The auto industry in Mexico has been a boon to U.S. consumers, Ford and other Detroit-based automakers.
General Motors and Unifor, Canada's largest labor union, come to terms on a new four-year agreement.
U.S. stock futures fall ahead of the presidential debate Monday between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump; Deutsche Bank shares plummet; Germany's Lanxess to buy Chemtura.
With GM about to bring its Chevrolet Bolt EV to market within the next 90 days, the No. 1 U.S. automaker has a chance to grab lots of the attention.
If recent speculation that Apple is entering the car business is to be believed, the company may have another leg to stand on, boosting several ETFs in the process.
Tesla (TSLA) is suing Michigan Governor Snyder and other officials over a law barring the company from opening dealerships in the state.
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GM released a Strategic and Operational Overview report today where it maintained its 2016 earnings outlook, among other things.
GM said in its Strategic and Operational Overview report today that it expects to exceed cost-savings targets by 2018 and reaffirmed its 2016 earnings outlook.
The U.S. Department of Transportation issues a 15-point 'safety and assessment tool' that lets the government evaluate the design and performance of driverless systems.
Gains from one day are being wiped out the next and vice versa, Cramer says.
Google's new app, Google Trips, will help users navigate and plan their vacation with far more ease.
Multipurpose models are displacing sedans. GM and Ford have wagons for Europe though no plans yet to bring to U.S.
The Fed wants to raise business confidence? Fed Chair Janet Yellen should try showing some herself.
The automakers have struggled but Cramer refuses to buy into the negativity.
GM averted a strike of 3,900 Canadian workers on Tuesday after reaching a deal with Canada's Unifor workers union late yesterday.
And why the airlines could do better than expected in the longer term.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will apologize Tuesday to the bank's customers in Senate testimony; U.S. stock futures are rising; GlaxoSmithKline names a new CEO.
Stocks turn lower by the afternoon session Monday as crude oil loses the day's highs and uncertainty over the Federal Reserve's September meeting continues.
Panelists on CNBC's "Halftime Report" debated GM's future in an uncertain time for the auto industry after Morgan Stanley today raised its price target on the stock.
A drug approval sends Sarepta skyrocketing, while analysts' actions dominate other market movers.
Analysts now expect GM´s businesses will be more relevant in coming years than most expect.
Stocks climb Monday as oil prices claw back from recent losses on the back of hopes for a production freeze agreement from top oil producers.
The Morgan Stanley upgrade of General Motors is less bullish than it sounds, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.