General Motors is dropping Chevy as its No. 1 brand for mass-market vehicles in Europe and is making Opel its primary mainstream line.» Read More
General Motors, Ford Motor and the Chrysler unit of DaimlerChrysler continue to lose market share to non-U.S. rivals.
Shares in the world’s largest utility E.ON increased considerably after it gave up its 42 billion euro bid ($56 billion) for Spanish utility company Endesa (down 0.69%), agreeing to split it up with rivals.
Guest blogger Jeff Mishlove is back--with more insights for you contest players. He's called this piece, "Surf the Waves and Buy the Dips." Here it is: You don’t have to live in California or Hawaii to surf the stock market. And, you can buy the dips without worrying about consuming too many calories or grams of fat. In fact, during the heyday of the 1990’s internet bubble, the rallying cry was “buy every dip!”
When your company is losing market share and billions of dollars, it's not exactly the best time for a CEO to go in to a showroom to see how things are going on the front lines. But that's what Ford CEO Alan Mulally did on Friday.
Shares of Italy’s Pirelli soared to 9.67% Monday morning after it revealed late Sunday that it was in talks with U.S. telecom giant AT&T and its Mexican affiliate America Movil to sell two-thirds of its 80% stake in holding company Olimpia for 2.82 euros a share less debt.
Viewers want to know what's going on with Dell, CarMax, AAR Corp. and more. Cramer has the answers.Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.
DaimlerChrysler is expected to receive bids from three potential buyers for its U.S.-based Chrysler division, the Detroit News reported on Friday.
This weekend, while most of us are reluctantly admitting that our NCAA brackets have gone bust (unless you pick only favorites) the auto industry will be watching the Chrysler sweepstakes. Unfortunately, unlike the college hoops championship, by Monday night it's unlikely we will see a clear winner in the battle for Chrysler.
Nissan Motor will recall 1,010,843 vehicles across two models including the March subcompact in Japan, according to a company filing with Japan's transport ministry.
Sirius Satellite Radio is teaming up with Chrysler to bring digital TV to the back seat of your car. CNBC’s Trish Regan reported live in New York City's Times Square Thursday morning for the first unveiling of the product.
CarMax, the largest retailer of used cars in the U.S., posted a 15% rise in quarterly earnings, helped by strong sales and Internet traffic.
The United Auto Workers union has rejected a new "comprehensive proposal" from bankrupt auto parts supplier Delphi , UAW Vice President Cal Rapson said on Wednesday, calling the offer "pathetic."
German sportscar maker Porsche said Wednesday it had completed its acquisition of more shares in Volkswagen for a total stake of 30.94%, triggering a formal takeover offer to VW's shareholders.
General Motors will not make a first-round bid for DaimlerChrysler's Chrysler unit, leaving just private equity firms and an auto parts supplier in the running, the Times reported on Wednesday.
On Monday, federal prosecutors charged David A. Stockman and other former company executives with fraud and conspiracy in connection with alleged violations at the bankrupt auto parts maker.
Gettelfinger said the UAW would fight at the bargaining table, in the courts, politically and "if need be on the picket line."
Auto parts maker Lear said on Tuesday it has received no bids to rival billionaire financier Carl Icahn's buyout offer but continues to talk to parties who have expressed interest.
DaimlerChrysler shares were trading higher Tuesday following several media reports that said private-equity bids for Chrysler could come in as early as this Thursday.
Most of our celebs had a slow day Monday, but James Cromwell "has been a machine" as someone said. Not only is he buying stocks, he's putting those bonus bucks to work--something the other celebs--and you non-celebs should be using to your advantage. Willie Garson used them to put Johnny Bench back in last place.
Automaker DaimlerChrysler, which is considering how to handle its struggling U.S. unit, said Tuesday it will delay the announcement of its first-quarter results because of its changeover to international accounting standards.