Carlos Ghosn, CEO and chairman of Renault, discusses the importance of emissions regulation in the auto industry.
Herbert Diess, CEO of Volkswagen Brands, sought to reassure consumers and investors about a potential fine from the U.S. Department of Justice
AutoZone, Rite Aid and Yahoo are making headlines this Thursday morning before the opening bell.
Jefferies predicts Amazon's auto parts offering and discounting will hurt auto parts retailers' profits.
With Johnson Controls spinning off its auto parts business, Bruce McDonald, incoming Adient CEO, discusses the new business and the state of the auto industry.
The new platform will be an extension of Amazon's Automotive store.
Shares of Mobileye soar are up about 6.5 percent, Seema Mody reports.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Johnson Controls.
Google's self-driving car can recognize, understand and remember cyclists hand signals, Recode reports.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses preferred technology stock buys with wealth managers Catherine Wood of ARK Invest and Christopher Retzler of Needham Funds.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the impact of the Brexit referendum on the auto sector.
The electric car maker turns down allegations after one of its Model S cars had an unusual amount of rust on a suspension part.
Eight automakers announce a recall affecting more than 12 million vehicles due to defective Takata air bags.
The automaker issues a recall to fix a brake fluid leak issue, that could reduce braking power.
Hawaii took the Japanese auto parts maker Takata to court on Friday, accusing it of covering up a deadly air bag defect.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks at a Reuters story on General Motors stopping delivery on three different 2016 vehicle models due to overstated fuel economy ratings on labels.
The automaker is recalling 52,000 of its 2016 and 2017 model years due to steering issues.
The carmaker says the rear hatch door on some models could fall on people without warning.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest on the internal emissions probe at Daimler, as well as the massive recall from Fiat Chrysler.
Bill George, CNBC Contributor and former Medtronic Chairman & CEO, discusses Volkswagen's compensation agreement with the U.S. government over the diesel emissions scandal.