GM Finally Cuts Its Losses
General Motors said last week that its losses in Europe were finally starting to shrink. After years of false starts and empty promises, is GM on the right track at last?
American Automakers Are All up Big
For the first time in 20 years, each of the Detroit Big Three gained U.S. market share in the first quarter. What's driving these big gains for the home team? A leading Motley Fool contributor takes a closer look.
Are Subprime Loans Fueling Auto Sales?
Lenders might be making more car loans to folks with bad credit -- and that in turn could be fueling some automakers' big sales gains.
Is General Motors on the Rise?
GM has the numbers to back up the bullish sentiment, with March sales numbers coming in strong, but the story doesn't stop there.
This Week in Sirius XM Radio
Satellite radio is always making waves.
March Auto Sales Prove America Loves Its Trucks
According to these numbers, America's love of trucks is far from over.
Breaking Down the New York Auto Show
The show has tons of great info for auto-industry investors. Here's a breakdown of the key things we noticed.
Will March Be a Great Month for Auto Sales?
Could this be the best month the auto industry has seen in years?
A Rough Ride for Ford in Europe
A grim sales drop in January, and signs that Europe's slump may be getting worse.