How the 2015 Ford Edge Will Take On Audi and BMW
The new Edge is part of Ford's plan to fight the German luxury leaders on their home turf.
How Unions Could Sink Fiat Chrysler's Profits
A key part of Fiat Chrysler's plan is at risk if this union won't play ball.
Is the Hype Over a Possible Manitowoc Company, Inc. Split Overdone?
Relational Investors wants to see Manitowoc split into two, but will the company show interest?
Luxury Rolls-Royce Car Sales Soar Worldwide
Global sales in the first half of the year were up 33% compared with the same period in 2013.
What's Behind Toyota's Superb Summer Sales?
Toyota so far has had an exceptional summer of sales in the U.S., and models other than its traditionally popular cars were lapped up by consumers, too.
2 Companies Making Gobs of Money as Manufacturing Improves
Growing companies are paying big bucks to lease pieces of the manufacturing real-estate empires of Prologis and Brookfield.
Which Automakers Are Actually Serious About the Business of Making EVs?
Every automaker in the U.S. has an EV program of some kind, but which of them are truly serious about it as a viable business?
Self-Driving Cars Could Come Sooner Than You Think
While self driving cars once seemed like a fantasy, the technology is beginning to outpace everyone but the dreamers.
Why GM's Latest Recall Mess Isn't GM's Fault
GM told dealers to stop selling the popular Chevrolet Cruze because of a defect. But this one isn't GM's fault.