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DETROIT— A federal judge has ruled that owners of General Motors cars recalled for defective ignition switches can sue the company for any loss in the cars' value. Judge Jesse Furman in New York issued the ruling Friday on a motion from General Motors to dismiss the claims. Seattle attorney Steve Berman says the split decision still allows owners of at least 11...
Auto debt recently eclipsed the $1 trillion mark but big banks are cranking out more and more auto loans.
States are dishing out billions in subsidies to attract big companies, but the deals are stiffing small-biz owners, says a watchdog group.
DETROIT— A federal appeals court ruling that General Motors can't use its 2009 bankruptcy to fend off lawsuits over faulty and dangerous ignition switches exposes the automaker to billions in additional liabilities, according to legal experts. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan on Wednesday ruled that GM knew about the defective switches...
"We're not going to go from where we are today to fully autonomous vehicles tomorrow. There are different stages," says technology trend spotter Scott Kupor.
A appeals court reversed part of a bankruptcy court ruling that protects GM from some legal claims like the defective ignition switch.
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Goldman Sachs alerted clients to a group of stocks this earnings season where the investment bank's estimates are very different from the consensus.
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DETROIT— General Motors and ride-hailing service Lyft are expanding their Express Drive short-term vehicle rental program to California and Colorado. It launched in Chicago in March and has expanded to Boston, Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Express Drive will launch in San Francisco this summer and Los Angeles and Denver this fall.
DETROIT— Autonomous cars will appear on worldwide roads in big numbers between 2025 and 2035, according to a recent report by IHS Automotive. The report forecasts global sales of autonomous vehicles will rise from 600,000 in 2025 to 21 million in 2035. China will have the most, with 5.7 million; the U.S. and Europe will be right behind. General Motors Co. recently...
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The U.S. auto sales rate came in at 16.66 million vehicles for the month of June, below the May sales pace of 17.45 million.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on declining auto sales for June and the "Fast Money" traders debate the trades.
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Robust sales of pickup trucks and SUVs put the U.S. auto industry on track to record its best June in more than a decade despite a dip in sales at GM.