Donald Trump likes Twitter because it lets him get out his message without the news media. And that message is changing.
German carmakers must be prepared to prioritize deals with European trading partners over Britain, according to a German finance expert.
Beyond the rotation from tech to banks, the old growth vs. value divide is reemerging in the stock market.
A few of the C-suite executives advising President Donald Trump on how to grow the manufacturing sector have announced their departures.
Elon Musk says people betting against Tesla intensely the want the company to fail.
With used-car prices also expected to drop, Morgan Stanley Equity Analyst Adam Jonas said he is cutting estimates for new auto sales.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas sent out a stark warning on Ford's earnings.
After hauling around tech workers for years, Bauer's has obtained a permit to test autonomous vehicles on California roads.
GM shareholders have rejected Greenlight Capital's plan to split the company's stock, and rejected Greenlight's nominations to GM's board.
Greenlight's plan to split up GM's stock will come to a head on Tuesday, as the automaker's shareholders cast their votes on the hedge fund's proposals.
Ford denies a report by outplacement consultancy Challenger & Christmas that the automaker had plans to cut 20,000 jobs.
Challenger's corrected total of job-reduction plans announced in May stands at 33,092, 9 percent lower than April's figure.
U.S. job growth likely remained strong in May, a further sign of an acceleration in economic activity.
Major automakers say US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement does not affect their views on climate change.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Ford outselling General Motors last month.
Job reductions in May jumped by 41 percent from April, the Challenger report says.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
"This action will help maintain more stable production and provide the smallest impact to plant employment going forward," GM says.
Unraveling of Ford-Google partnership was a key point for ex-Ford CEO Fields, says report.
Get ready for cheap oil and self-driving cars sooner than you may think, according to independent think tank RethinkX.