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  • DETROIT— Fiat Chrysler and Google's self-driving car project are in advanced talks to form a technical partnership. The partnership would be the first to match an automaker with Google's 7- year-old autonomous car project, which is now part of the so-called X lab at Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company. Last fall, Google hired John Krafcik, an auto industry...

  • David Einhorn

    Einhorn took a bruising in the markets last year, but at least one of his apparent strategies is now paying off handsomely.

  • Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motor Co.

    Ford Motor reports a 113 percent rise in net income and company records for global and North American operating margins.

  • Pretax profits more than doubled in North America and Asia. Europe recorded its best quarter since 2008.. Demand for SUVs, trucks and commercial vans was insatiable in North America, China and Europe, offsetting a 29- percent decline in sales in Brazil and weaker sales in the Middle East and Africa.

  • SPRING HILL, Tenn.— General Motors announced Wednesday that it is spending $790 million to build a new high-efficiency engine at its plant in Tennessee, creating nearly 800 jobs. United Auto Workers have credited collective bargaining agreements with the company for ensuring production returned to Tennessee. The most recent contract signed last year said...

  • Business people working in open office

    Some 30 American companies were recognized for their efforts to boost diversity and inclusion.

  • A BAIC Motor EX200 EV electric sports utility vehicle at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition on April 25, 2016. Tesla Motors and BYD Co. are among manufacturers showing 147 new-energy vehicles at this year's show.

    At the Beijing Auto Show, industry stalwarts are racing against local rivals to indulge China's thirst for sports utility vehicles.

  • China SUV sales in high gear

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from the Beijing Auto Show about the red-hot demand for S.U.V.s in the world's largest car market.

  • China's SUV market hot

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports SUV sales were up over 52-percent in China over the past year.

  • DUBAI, United Arab Emirates— Already home to the world's biggest skyscraper, Dubai has another tall order to fill: By 2030, its leader wants 25 percent of all trips on its roads to be done by driverless vehicles. And Dubai already is home to a driverless Metro rail system, which carried 178 million riders in 2015.. "Today, we lay down a clear strategy with specific goals...

  • Ford, Volkswagen, General Motors and China's Chery also displayed new SUVs, many never meant to be driven off-road and equipped with heated seats, Web-linked navigation, entertainment centers and other features. "We're seeing a surge of SUV sales in China," said Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn. As many as 50 new SUVs are due to be launched in China this year by global...

  • A General Motors worker puts the finishing touches on a new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant October 26, 2015 in Lansing, Michigan.

    With markets nearing record highs, where is the value? One investor explains to cNBC his choices.

  • A customer tries out a Volkswagen EOS automobile

    This is how VW is trying to keep cars on the road after dieselgate, according to Bob Lutz, former vice chairman of General Motors.

  • NEW YORK— Automaker GM said Friday that former vice chairman Stephen Girsky won't run for another term on the board of directors. Girsky was vice chairman of General Motors Co. from March 2010 through January 2014 and at one point was president of GM Europe. Mendillo was the CEO of Harvard Management Company from 2008 to 2014, and before that, she held a similar...

  • Is Volkswagen doing enough?

    General Motors former executive Bob Lutz discusses Volkswagen emissions scandal and whether or not Volkswagen is doing enough to right its wrongs.

  • An employee welds together a frame for a sports utility vehicle (SUV) during production at the General Motors Co. (GM) assembly plant

    The plants will close temporarily due of a parts shortage following the earthquake this month in Japan, the company reports.

  • GM CEO Mary Barra earned $28 million in 2015

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau takes a look at Mary Barra's total compensation in 2015.

  • GM, Mitsubishi

    'Peak regulation' pressures carmakers to deliver on high fuel economy and emissions standards, says Kelley Blue Book's managing editor, Matt DeLorenzo.

  • Top Trades: Dividend stocks hit

    Problems for dividend stocks, and a look at yields. Are there troubling signs for stocks?

  • The chassis of Adam Opel AG automobiles move along the production line at the Opel factory, operated by General Motors Co. (GM), in Eisenach, Germany.

    General Motors CFO Chuck Stevens tells CNBC the strong start to 2016 is just the beginning.