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CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports General Motors' auto sales were generally in line with expectations for June, down 1.6 percent.
A new study shows that more American consumers trust in tech companies like Apple or Google to build self-driving cars, instead of traditional car companies. Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray and Dave Whiston, Morningstar, discuss.
Hertz is hoping new agreements with ride-hailing operators Uber and Lyft will help the rental car company squeeze more money out of older cars.
Americans want self-driving cars, but they do not want the "brains" of those vehicles to come from automakers, a survey has found.
Ride-sharing service Lyft has hired investment bank Qatalyst Partners, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on fears surrounding the UK auto market and consumer confidence, as well as increasing business seat capacity on transatlantic flights.
CNBC's Bob Pisani takes United Technologies as a base case for the big impact of European exposure in U.S. stocks.
FMHR trader Jim Lebenthal, is looking at taking risk in cyclicals, and Anastasia Amoroso, JPMorgan Funds VP and global market strategist, has her eye on U.S. high yield.
We sit down with the GM's chief executive, Mary Barra, to find out where the company and the auto industry, are headed.
Major business leaders knocked Donald Trump as part of a statement released by Hillary Clinton's campaign on Thursday.
Fiat Chrysler is learning that one celebrity's death can turn a seemingly routine recall into a corporate crisis, the New York Times reports.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the results from a J.D. Power survey on new vehicle quality.
Kia has been rated the No. 1 brand in J.D. Power's annual survey of new model reliability. It's the first nonluxury brand to top the list since 1989.
Here's an idea to end poverty: Give every adult citizen $1,000 per month for free. Here's how it would work, says former labor leader Andy Stern.
GM CEO Mary Barra talks about the impact of technology on the development of cars in the future.
GM CEO Mary Barra talks about what worries her in the auto economy.
The auto industry can continue selling more than 17 million cars a year as the U.S. economy remains strong, General Motors CEO Mary Barra tells CNBC.
GM CEO Mary Barra discusses the automaker's performance this year and weighs in on the overall auto industry.
The social media platform is letting brands target consumers based on the emojis they use. 92 percent of online users use emojis.
Yamaha's "Motobot" is an autonomous motorcycle, operated by a robot humanoid, but don't expect to see it on the highway...at least not yet.