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Laden with student loan debt, unsure of the cost of vehicle ownership and drawn to cities with public transit, college graduates aren't looking for the sweetest ride they can buy.
Volkswagen owners who were lied to about the mileage of their diesel-powered vehicles don't have to ditch VW altogether, but there are better options than what they were driving.
While luxury cars have been in a slump since gas prices slid, the new crop of vehicles is ready for the next price hike.
With gas below $2 a gallon and the U.S. rekindling its romance with the SUV, car buyers may as well look at some of the least-efficient vehicles around.
The NCAA men's basketball tournament gives everyone from insurers to wing joints a shot at a young demographic in financial flux.
With March Madness offering as much or more exposure than professional sports playoffs, the tournament's top ad spender blows a half-decade Super Bowl budget in one year.
Ford, GM, Chrysler and Toyota shares all show double-digit losses so far this year, but a veteran auto analyst sees benefits from rising truck sales.
The new Prius may be the standard hybrid's last hurrah, but it also indicates how much competitors have caught up in recent years.
February is the most miserable retail month of them all, which means huge deals for shoppers who know where to look for them.
Hyundai is the NFL's official auto sponsor, but that isn't going to stop Mini from paying millions to try to get people to stop labeling it a small car company.
From bailed-out automakers to out-of-vogue beverage companies, there is no shortage of brands willing to spend millions on a Super Bowl makeover.
Super Bowl 50 is a free-for-all for brands who want to one-up official NFL sponsors. At $5 million per 30-second commercial, that's some serious spite.
American, Delta, Ford and GM report record earnings. Auto sales are strong. Ticket sales are strong. But share prices lag.
SUV sales spiked in 2015 as gas prices slid. This may be the last time it makes sense to buy one with more than 100 cubic feet of cargo space.
You car is going to depreciate in value no matter what you buy, but some in-demand vehicles depreciate less than others.
Connected cars are on the rise, and experts say drivers want their cars protected from hacktivists before it's too late.
Jim Cramer talks about how the market just keeps taking what happens and how Facebook isn't expensive. Yet.
Google's parent has indicated that it will work with car makers aside from Fiat Chrysler to develop self-driving vehicle technology.
Even as it takes one hit after another, this market has remained resilient.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer non-durables industry higher today.
Ford laid an egg this week in releasing its latest earnings. When earnings surprises lead to big gaps in price, reversal is expected. In this case, don't be so sure.
AutoNation (AN) stock is rising today after the company reported mixed 2016 fiscal second quarter results before Friday's opening bell.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified BorgWarner (BWA) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
UPS CFO Richard Peretz joined Bloomberg TV’s “Bloomberg Markets” this morning to discuss UPS’ latest earnings and what to expect going forward.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Tenneco (TEN) as a strong on high relative volume candidate