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Stephanie Link, whose "Halftime Report" model portfolio is up 7 percent this year, believes shares of Lear are poised to rise from here.
U.S. union United Auto Workers' leaders on Friday approved a tentative four-year contract with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
Toyota's trucks are popular in developing countries—apparently even with the terror group ISIS, USA Today reports.
U.S. CEO Michael Horn conceded that the $7.3 billion Volkswagen has set aside so far to pay for the scandal may not be enough.
VW is not alone in promoting a corporate culture of cheating. Here's how the industry needs to change, Daron Gifford.
Tesla Motors' shareholders should take a strong look at Barclays' downgrade of the stock, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi's diesel cars are more polluting than allowed under current limits, according to the Guardian.
Cards Against Humanity’s expansion “Science Pack” has raised over $570,000 for The Science Ambassador Scholarship, a scholarship for women scientists.
Advertisers are looking for multicultural shows to reach mainstream and minority audiences, which are growing in purchasing power.
Roughly 3.6 million VW cars in Europe with 1.6- liter engines need hardware changes in the wake of the company's emissions scandal.
Apple is the "Tesla graveyard" where failed employees go to work, Elon Musk said hitting out at the iPhone maker's ambitions in the auto space.
Lyft has partnered with Hertz Global Holdings to offer rental cars to its drivers, the ride-hailing company said on Thursday.
Marvel Studios announced Thursday it will squeeze "Ant-Man and the Wasp" into its 2018 movie schedule.
President of Eurogroup urges Volkswagen to deal with the emissions scandal urgently, or risk damaging Germany's reputation.
"Harry Potter" now works his magic on Apple's iBook Store.
GM is recalling nearly 32,000 Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia SUVs to fix an electrical problem.
Volkswagen America CEO Michael Horn apologizes on Capitol Hill and says VW is "determined to make things right."
German prosecutors carried out searches for material that would help clarify who was responsible for emissions cheating.
Castrol, a division of BP, says it found an easy way to change the oil in a vehicle in as little as 90 seconds, USA Today reports.
You don't want to mess with Philip Thorrold.