Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne said anything Tesla has done with electric supercars can be done by others in the industry.
New pickup trucks from Chevy, Ram and Chevrolet were the most important announcements at the Detroit Auto Show.
Shares of H&R Block jumped nearly 1 percent Tuesday after the company announced an exclusive partnership with Walmart.
New fuels and engine designs are making internal combustion engines greener than ever, Saudi Aramco's Ahmad Al Khowaiter argues.
CNBC sums up the winners and losers of the 2018 Detroit Auto Show.
Making gas-powered cars more efficient will play a bigger part in reducing emissions than electric vehicle sales, Saudi Aramco's CTO says.
The Trump administration said it wants more car manufacturing to be done in the U.S., but that may be difficult to do economically.
Online shopping sales hit a record $108.2 billion this holiday season, according to Adobe Analytics.
General Motors said it expects earnings in 2018 to be largely flat compared with 2017.
BMO Capital Markets raises its price target on Amazon to $1,600 from $1,200, the highest call on the e-commerce company of any brokerage.
The 1939 Mercedes was built for and used by the Nazi leader during World War II.
Fiat Chrysler is concerned consumers could be left exposed to price hikes as a result of NAFTA negotiations.
The software is called Jarvis and it identifies vulnerabilities in software used in cars.
The Shanghai Consumer Council requested an explanation about the slowing down of iPhones, demanding a reply before Friday.
Starbucks partnered with Joyride to bring draft cold brew to its foodservice accounts at hospitals, bookstores, universities and offices.
CVS Health Monday said it will ban photo manipulation in its store-brand makeup marketing and promotional displays, USA Today reports.
Killer Content said on Monday that a bankruptcy may be the best way forward for the U.S. film and TV studio.
Ford reintroduces its smaller truck as the segment's sales climb in North America.
Automakers unveiled updated versions of old favorites at the North American International Auto Show.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett has a message for those who think the automaker is falling behind other automakers: Relax.
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