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Investors and industry analysts have become frustrated by Ford's weak performance and CEO Jim Hackett's lack of details on restructuring plans.
The company's motorcycle sales slid 7.8 percent from the same time last year with a bulk of that drop coming from the U.S. The company sold 36,220 Harley's in America during the quarter, 13.3 percent less than the same period last year.
A growing number of auto dealers around the country is seeing a noticeable drop in retail sales and customer traffic, raising the possibility that a long-anticipated slowdown in auto sales has arrived.
Reintroducing the Ford Ranger and Bronco to the U.S. market is part of the company's gambit to take advantage of America's shift in consumer sentiment toward pickups, SUVs and crossovers.
Fair is a two-year old startup where you choose a used vehicle, get approved and complete the transaction — all on your smartphone app.
The sheer cost and technological burden of developing self-driving cars, electric vehicles and other advancements has companies that have historically been fierce competitors becoming, at the very least, frenemies.
A boycott of Harley-Davidson encouraged by President Trump seems to be having a significant impact on the iconic motorcycle manufacturer.
The automaker is suffering from the appearance that it lacks transparency and decisive action.
"Let the other guys keep dreaming about the future. We'll be the ones building it," Bryan Cranston says against a variety of scenes that poke fun at today's high-tech visionaries while touching on Ford's historical roots.
Applications for the GT outstripped the previously planned limited run of 1,000 cars by more than six-to-one.
Uber is preparing for an IPO that media reports have noted could value it at more than $100 billion.
RV manufacturer Winnebago reported better-than-expected Q4 earnings, despite a year downturn. The company's CFO said that aluminum and steel prices are squeezing margins. Winnebago has had to increase prices to offset some of the cost.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk told the electric car company that he plans to purchase $20 million of common stock, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Tesla successfully acquired an 864,885-square meter plot in Shanghai's Lingang area for the electric car maker's new factory.
The move will affect Audi parent Volkswagen's annual earnings, the company said.
The settlement allows Tesla to take a step closer to resolving fallout from comments Musk made about taking the company private.