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European markets are still celebrating a debt deal between the E.U. and Greece.
U.S. stock futures fall as debt talks in Greece break down; Apple may be working on an electric vehicle; Amazon hits a roadblock in drone delivery; Transocean's CEO resigns.
Shares of the second- and third-largest Japanese automakers have lagged Toyota, but the time may be ripe for investors to exploit that difference as Honda and Nissan press forward.
Stocks rise as a rally in crude oil charges onward.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer goods sector lower today.
Stocks rise but are off session highs as factory orders fall at faster-than-expected pace.
Automaker ads are all over Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast, but Nationwide's creepy ad overshadows much of the advertising during the game.
Combining two theories produces these solid small-cap names.
These cars reveal the strategy of their manufacturers.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Honda Motor (HMC) as a pre-market mover with heavy volume candidate
Honda will be taking to the air and to the racetrack, says John Mendel, executive vice president of Honda's U.S. subsidiary.
GM's developing a new concept Chevy "Bolt," an electric battery-powered car for 2017 that will sell for $30,000 that could mean competition for Tesla and Nissan.
After Honda paid the largest fine in NHTSA history, what do you need to know as you shop for a new car?
The Obama administration announced a historic $70 million fine against Honda, alleging the auto maker under reported complaints that its vehicles caused deaths and injuries.
It was a brutal day on Wall Street as crude oil plunged below $50 a barrel, punishing oil stocks and dealing a hefty blow to the broader stock market.
Crude prices continue to plummet, punishing oil stocks and dealing a hefty blow to the broader stock market on Monday.
Stock are lower early Monday as the price of crude oil drops below $51 a barrel, a fresh 5 1/2-year low.
Stock futures are rising on the first day of trading in 2015, as oil remains weak and the dollar continues to strengthen.
Stock futures rise on the final trading day of 2014, as oil remains weak and market volume is expected to be low.
After almost going bust in 2012, TrueCar has regained its footing and is poised to become the Zillow of the cary industry.
Honda Motor (HMC) along with its joint ventures in China, is recalling 569,769 cars due to potentially defective airbags made by Japan's Takata Corp. (TKTDY),
Chrysler Fiat continues to lead the auto industry's sales gains in November, while Ford's sales slow as buyers await the new F-150.
A Toyota executive says about 700,000 of the company's cars have been recalled because of Takata air-bag issues.
If they roll over, the market will likely pull back substantially beginning later this month or in early December.
All-wheel drive and de-icers don't trump a good set of snow tires when you're facing the worst winter weather, but those features don't hurt.
Gas prices are still declining, but that doesn't mean you should ignore fuel efficiency when buying a car or SUV. Check out which new models have the best gas mileage.
Ford CEO Mark Fields says 2014 will end up being a very strong year for the company but challenges around the world continue to weigh on the automaker.
Subaru is setting industry-leading U.S. sales records this year.
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