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General Motors Victims Fund Opens, Could Receive Hundreds of Claims

General Motors’ program to give relief to victims of its defective ignition switch is open to taking claims as of Friday.

Markets Open Mixed, July Jobs Report, Auto Sales Due

U.S. stock index futures are pointing to a lower open on Wall Street Friday following Thursday's declines.

Tesla's Future Depends on Gigafactory and Attraction in China

Tesla is never just about the numbers, at least that's what Wedbush Securities analyst Craig Irwin believes.

Hitting Peak Auto: Why the Big Three May Soon Look Very Different

The car business faces a shift down the road as the car culture changes.

Ford Rolls Out 2015 Edge SUV, Plans Worldwide Availability

Ford Motor Company (F) unveiled the redesigned 2015 Ford Edge on Wednesday and says it will first be available in the U.S.

General Motors: No More Major Safety Concerns, Dismissals to Come

As its internal probe nears completion, General Motors has assured that there are no more major safety concerns following an investigation that has unearthed a total 15.

Jim Cramer: GM Is Putting Safety Issues Behind It, Now an Earnings Story

Jim Cramer says GM CEO Mary Barra is doing a terrific job, but most importantly, GM is working to put its tragic issues behind it.

GM Files 2004 Injury Reports on Recalled Cars

General Motors filed 2,004 injury and death reports linked to the recall of its ignition-related defects, according to the Center for Auto Safety.

Porsche Sued Over Paul Walker Death: A Fast and Furious Legal Matter

Porsche is facing a lawsuit from Kristine Rodas, the widow of Roger Rodas, who was driving the Carrera GT that crashed last November, killing him and passenger Paul Walker.

Cool Car Tech: The Information Superhighway Comes to Real Highways

What's next on the high-tech highway? Embedded roadway technology, dynamic paint, and innovation priority lanes may soon make their way to American roads.