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Advance Auto Parts Revs Lower on Earnings Miss

Advance Auto Parts Revs Lower on Earnings Miss

Shares of Advance Auto Parts fall after the company reports second-quarter earnings and sales below analysts' forecasts.

Advance Auto Parts Expected to Earn $2.22 a Share

Advance Auto Parts Expected to Earn $2.22 a Share

Advance Auto Parts revenue expected to rise 1.2% to $2.4 billion.

7 Ways to Drive to Profits in the Used Car Market

7 Ways to Drive to Profits in the Used Car Market

From auto parts to car auctions and online sales, these stocks could put more pep in your portfolio.

Goodyear Tire Hits the Brakes After Second-Quarter Earnings Miss

Goodyear Tire Hits the Brakes After Second-Quarter Earnings Miss

Revenue at the tire maker falls 5% in the second quarter.

Can Tesla Ride This Thin Blue Line?

Can Tesla Ride This Thin Blue Line?

Despite a big miss, the electric car maker is reaching mass appeal and has lots going for it -- and on my chart, the 50-day simple moving average is the track to watch.

Charging History: How Tesla Electrified the Automotive Industry

Charging History: How Tesla Electrified the Automotive Industry

Curious about how Tesla got started? Here's a quick history.

Harley-Davidson Races Past Expectations but Motorcycle Sales Remain Sluggish

Harley-Davidson Races Past Expectations but Motorcycle Sales Remain Sluggish

Unit sales of motorcycles fall more than 8% worldwide in the second quarter from a year earlier.

Hitting the Road? Outdoorsy Says Millennials Are Driving the RV Renaissance

Hitting the Road? Outdoorsy Says Millennials Are Driving the RV Renaissance

Half of Outdoorsy's user base is under 40, according to the company. Co-founders Jen Young and Jeff Cavins break down how millennials are a critical demographic for the RV industry

Can Ford-Volkswagen Alliance Catch GM, Waymo?

Can Ford-Volkswagen Alliance Catch GM, Waymo?

Volkswagen will reportedly invest $2.6 billion in Ford's self-driving vehicle unit Argo. Where does that leave the duo vs. industry leaders like GM's Cruise and Waymo.

Ford, Volkswagen Announce Global Tech-Focused Alliance

Ford, Volkswagen Announce Global Tech-Focused Alliance

Ford and Volkswagen formally announce a global collaboration on self-driving and electric cars in the U.S. and Europe, signaling a new era in the automotive world that focuses on technology and innovation -- and staying competitive.