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Daimler and BMW are putting more than $1 billion to work on pushing automotive technology forward.
Buffett's eagerly anticipated letter on Saturday is a must-read for investors.
Recent comments from Tesla CEO Elon Musk outline a positive future for autonomous cars. Will he be right?
Honda is axing production in Britain, adding to the list of automakers undergoing a restructuring. Does this raise a red flag?
The rumored investment was confirmed on Friday, but apparently doesn't include General Motors.
Investors had better be ready for new types of combinations between automotive and tech companies.
The race for AVs can be divided into two acronyms - ADAS and MaaS - and MaaS is an enormous potential market for global companies.
Apple appears behind it in the autonomous race. That doesn't mean it should abandon hope, but it seems like it could capitalize in other areas within the space.
GM could make any electric vehicle, but this deal puts it in the same boardroom with Amazon.
GM and Amazon are looking to invest in an electric pick-up truck, T-Mobile and Sprint have to defend their merger in front of Congress and Cisco releases earnings after the bell Wednesday. Jim Cramer breaks down what it all means for the markets.
Waymo easily topped its peers in the autonomous driving disengagement data. Apple? Not so much.
Amazon and General Motors are rumored to be investors in Rivian, an all-electric pickup truck maker.
Amazon and GM are hedging their bets against Tesla with an investment in an electric pickup truck start-up.
Amazon and General Motors are looking to invest in start-up Rivian, a report says.
With weaker outlooks for growth in Europe and China, companies will look to the U.S. economy to remain buoyant.
What stocks to buy and what to avoid on the continual leaks coming out of the Kudlow-Mnuchin camp and the Lighthizer-Navarro camp.
General Motors posts stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and confirms its full-year profit outlook as higher-margin truck sales in the United States offset significant weakness in key China markets.
GM beat on earnings and crushed revenue expectations. So why is the stock barely up and can it go higher?
Toyota Motor trimmed its full-year guidance Wednesday after reporting a drop in third-quarter profit.
Stocks ended lower Wednesday as investors found little in Donald Trump's State of the Union address to warrant extending recent market gains.
Both the bulls and the bears have a point.
What to look for Thursday as earnings season passes the halfway mark.
U.S. stock futures mixed as investors remain worried the U.S. and China could fail to reach a trade agreement following Donald Trump's State of the Union address; Walt Disney rises as earnings beat estimates but expenses could rise from the company's new digital offerings; Snap soars as losses narrow and its user growth stabilizes.
The market can still go higher, but the time has come for the slope of price discovery to normalize a bit.
Alphabet is reportedly in talks with the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi alliance to grow its autonomous driving unit, Waymo.
General Motors will report earnings after it raised the market's expectations in early January.
An $11 billion deal to buy cloud HR software firm Ultimate Software is the latest in a string of major software M&A transactions. More are likely on the way.
Waymo could be the biggest value driver on Google's books.
U.S. stock futures rise modestly as investors focus on stronger-than-expected jobs and manufacturing data from the United States last week; Google parent Alphabet reports earnings Monday after the closing bell; Donald Trump says there's a 'good chance' of a trade deal with China; the New England Patriots win their sixth Super Bowl title.
Many of the cuts are planned at factories in the United States and Canada that make sedans and compact cars, which have not been selling well.
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