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By: Venky Ganesan, managing director of Menlo Ventures
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Uber is seeking new capital from Morgan Stanley's network of high-net worth clients.
Ford CEO Mark Fields said labor market improvement, as well as low interest rates and energy prices, will continue to fuel consumer spending.
Tesla cars can now park themselves in your garage and could also, in a couple of years, drive across the country to pick you up.
Carlos Ghosn, Renault-Nissan chairman & CEO, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau, talk about several of the newest features on Nissan's sports model.
The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gas in the U.S. fell 1 cent over the past three weeks to $2.05, according to a Lundberg survey.
Volkswagen will propose to U.S. authorities a new catalytic converter system that could be fitted to about 430,000 cars.
You may not be able to buy an Apple Car yet, but an Apple Car website could be in the works.
Bob Lutz and Henrik Fisker of VLF Automotive discuss the luxury VLF Destino with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
As Renault launches driverless car strategy, the CEO admits bicycles still confuse the technology
Ford is reporting record sales of about 1.1 million vehicles in China last year.
McLaren Automotive delivered a record number of cars in 2015 and is on track to deliver even more in 2016 with the launch of a new lower-priced model.
Carlos Ghosn, Nissan Renault CEO, discusses the future of driving.
Ford said it will restate its financial results since 2011 and show a $1.5 billion rise in 2015 pretax profit as it changes its pension reporting.
BlackBerry showed off its latest technology at CES which demonstrated how cars can communicate with each other.
German automaker assumes it will have to buy back about 115,000 cars in the U.S. due to the emissions scandal, according to a newspaper report.
The previous record for registrations in Britain was set in 2003 when 2.58 million new cars were sold.