Auto elites want clarity about Trump's promises on infrastructure projects and regulations roll-backs, NBC News reports.
It's taking bigger deals to get consumers to buy new vehicles.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts Tesla's valuation compared to General Motors.
We cleared the majority of pre-owned inventory hangover in the first quarter, says Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, talking about the company's quarterly results, the outlook on pre-owned cars and why he sees a "red line" in new car sales.
Volkswagen is trying to win back customers after its diesel emission scandal with SUV warranties that it said will be the longest in the US.
AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson took aim at Tesla, saying the company's market cap surpassing that of General Motors is "inexplicable."
Automakers reported declining car sales that sent share prices for the Big Three lower.
Jim Cramer flew through his take on caller favorite stocks, spotting a hidden buy.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, talks about the auto industry's commitment to improve emission standards. There needs to be a good faith review, says Jackson.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day including Oracle, AutoNation and more.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss what to sell at record highs, as the markets rally for its second day in a row.
U.S. equities rose on Friday, with financials rising around 2 percent, following a stronger-than-expected employment report.
U.S. stock index futures traded higher on Friday after the Labor Department said the U.S. economy added more jobs than expected last month.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman and CEO, provides insight to President Donald Trump's pro-growth plan and why tariffs and border taxes are "disruptive" for the auto industry.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman and CEO, provides his outlook on car sales and warn automakers about the possible fallout from pushing leasing to 30-percent of the market.
Stocks closed mostly flat as investors looked ahead to Friday's jobs report, amid growing tensions between the US and other global powers.
U.S. equities closed mostly higher on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, as was widely expected.
U.S. equities traded mixed as investors continued to evaluate the latest policies from the White House.
Stocks notched their worst day of 2017, as a new measure taken by the Trump administration on immigration sent jitters through the market.