It's been a long ride for Chrysler since its 2009 bankruptcy filing: the company's financial state put its brand in jeopardy, and was then jettisoned by the U.
Another triple digit drop hit the blue chips as the markets fell for a third session Monday.
BMW is testing out self-driving cars in China.
Rental car company Hertz said it will add three candidates nominated by Carl Icahn to its board of directors in order to avoid a proxy battle.
Zeltiq's non-invasive fat removal system has the potential to replicate the success seen by Botox, said Michael Balkin, portfolio manager for the William Blair Small Cap Growth Fund.
Shares of electric car-maker Tesla and mobile carrier China Unicom climbed in Friday trading after the companies said they are partnering to build charging stations across China.
Warren Buffett first fell in love with Geico in 1951 and more than six decades later, he still sees growth in the insurance underwriter.
Stocks are still on a downward trend at midday on Tuesday after opening lower for the first time in three days.
Toyota reported first quarter operating profit that beat analyst expectations, boosted by strong SUV sales in the U.S.
General Motors was the top seller out of the U.S. automakers last month, reporting its best July sales since 2007 -- selling more than 256,000 vehicles, a 9.4% year-over-year increase.