Asian indexes closed mostly lower on Friday as investors parsed through corporate earnings in the region.
Michael Dunne of Dunne Automotive says markets were concerned by how U.S. auto makers' profits coming mainly from pick-ups in the U.S.
Microsoft will provide global scalability to companies using Baidu's self-driving Apollo platform.
Tennessee now offers all citizens the chance to earn a free postsecondary degree or certificate.
Tax deals for companies like Apple, Facebook and Amazon can cost millions per job. A new accounting rule will put sunlight on these deals.
China private-equity firm GSR Capital aimed to buy as much as 20 percent of SQM, one of the world's biggest lithium producers, sources said.
Asian bourses closed mostly lower in Tuesday trade after a missile launch from North Korea rattled markets and the RBA kept rates on hold.
General Motors and Ford sales fell, while Toyota, Honda and Nissan sales rose slightly.
China's SAIC Motor's Silicon Valley unit is the latest automaker to get permission to test self-driving cars in California.
Markets in Asia closed in the green on Monday as oil prices rose, despite news Takata had decided to file for bankruptcy.
Asian markets closed higher on Friday, after the release of strong private payrolls stateside and as the U.S. withdraws from a climate agreement.
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Owners with potentially defective Takata air bags are eligible for financial assistance in getting their vehicles fixed and up to $500 in compensation. USAToday reports.
Ford's April U.S. sales fell 7.2 percent, dragged down by car sales that tumbled over 21 percent.
Asia markets closed mixed as traders parsed the RBA decision's to hold steady, key bank earnings in Australia and Singapore, and the dollar.
Asia markets close up, with energy plays mostly finishing lower and several major exchanges shut for a Labor Day public holiday.
Roland Krueger, president of Infiniti Motor, says demand patterns in the luxury car segment differ from the broader market.
Infiniti's first quarter sales rose 18 percent on-year to 67,367 vehicles globally, with around 28,000 in March alone, the luxury car maker said.
Asia markets ended lower on Tuesday, with the Australian dollar slipping in the wake of the RBA's on-hold call.
America's long, robust boom cycle for car sales may finally be losing steam.