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Automakers used to spending billions on R&D want to develop their own self-driving systems. Tech giants will have to work hard to convince them to change their minds.
Donald J. Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have plenty to discuss.
As we all know, the stock market and the economy abhor uncertainty.
The biggest automakers posted declining October sales - and fewer selling days during the month made matters even worse.
Toyota recalled nearly 6 million vehicles due to more issues with Takata airbags.
My VW Golf's engine blew up and melted down when its oil tank caught fire. My wife tells me we're never buying from the company again.
Apple shares were dropping after the company's operating margin guidance failed to meet analyst expectations.
Toyota is hiring an additional one thousand workers as it continues to build its new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas.
The slowdown in auto sales we've been hearing about seems to be showing up in the September auto sales numbers.
Investor enthusiasm about Nutanix's strong growth and innovative data center offerings resulted in a spectacular IPO. But shares may have gotten ahead of themselves.
Iran agreeing to limits below pre-sanction levels is as likely as the Eagles winning the Super Bowl.
August U.S. auto-sales data released yesterday showed a decline in the seasonally adjusted annual rate of car purchases, confirming the notion of "Peak Autos." Ford , General Motors , Honda , Nissan and Toyota all saw broad year-over-year declines, ...
The biggest automakers posted declining auto sales in August.
The broadcaster sold an Olympic record $1.2 billion in advertising even though it saw a 13% decline in ratings from the 2012 London Games.
Some of the biggest automakers posted declining July auto sales on Tuesday.
A mixed picture for auto sales in June as automakers release their sales results.
I'm glad I live in this part of the world. But even Asia hasn't been spared the wrath of the disastrous Brexit decision.
Peter Boockvar writes about sentiment, housing, the price of paper and other items in today's missive (which includes a nice shout-out to me): "Investors Intelligence's latest sentiment survey shows that bulls fell one point to 39.2%, their lowest l...
Driverless cars are closer to - and further from - a reality than most consumers know, says Toyota's Strategic Innovation Chief.
The Kumamoto area accounts for 5.6% of Japan's GDP.
Tokyo shares dipped 3% after two quakes in quick succession but may not be down for long.
The Japanese Yen is going to continue to get stronger and this will hurt Toyota shares, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says he's not a fan of auto stocks, because he thinks the younger generation is relying on services like Uber.
If Toyota has its way, one of the cars you may drive in the future can let your boss know that you're late for a meeting.
This year's early Easter weekend kept auto buyers away from showrooms.
U.S. auto sales continue to be a bright spot amid otherwise dark market conditions.
Ford posted impressive sales growth in February, driven by strong SUV sales, while General Motors’ sales dropped.
Caterpillar may be going through tough times of late, but the machine maker’s commitment to its employees and the environment make it a smart long term stock to hold.
Toyota’s Lexus, looking to compete directly with Mercedes and BMW, made a splashy debut of its new flagship couple, the LC500, at the Detroit Auto Show.