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A space on Hong Kong island has fetched $660,000, pocket change to tycoons looking for a spot for four wheels.
The overall auto sector may be under pressure in 2017, but these three big car stocks could still be about to break higher.
Wake-up call to the auto industry.
The soft revolution at Softbank under founder Masayoshi Son is transforming a phone company into a private-equity technology giant.
Toyota Cautions Profits Are Likely To Fall Sharply
Japan's car industry, a pioneer in many ways, is continuing its leadership in the introduction of autonomous vehicles and parts.
With two new initiatives this week alone, Asian governments are leading the drive for autonomous cars.
The 2017 Lexus RC F is a head-turner.
Automakers are taking aim at Elon Musk's Tesla.
It's not all about drugs in the Philippines, which is finally making good on promise shown some 60 years ago. Proposed tax changes should give equities a real boost.
Don't believe everything you hear on the slowing U.S. auto market.
It's the highest investment an automaker has made in the state.
Japanese big business is terrified of losing its competitive edge in Europe.
After 13 years Toyota pulled the plug on Scion last August.
China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.
It's time investors pay closer attention to the realities of the auto space.
Trouble over Lotte's decision to allow the Korean government to use a golf course for missile defense threatens Korean businesses that operate in the mainland.
The energy sector led the decline as stocks closed lower on Monday.
Japanese stocks are on a roll with Shinzo Abe due to meet the new president on Friday, but Trump's stance on trade with the world's third-biggest economy is anyone's guess.
U.S. stock futures are on the rise, as Donald Trump begins a rollback of the Dodd-Frank financial reforms.
The autos with the best resale value include the 2017 Toyota Tacoma and Chevrolet Silverado, among others.
Vehicle sales fell in January for many carmakers.
Perhaps no other sector has been on Trump's radar as much as automakers. He has targeted industry giants like GM, Ford and Toyota on Twitter.
Starbucks, Apple, Google and Microsoft all condemned President Trump's actions.