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Automakers See Big U.S. Sales Gains in May

May is traditionally a strong month for the auto industry. This year's calendar, with five weekends, gave it an extra boost.

How Clippers Sponsors Could Benefit From Donald Sterling's Racism

The quick lifetime ban handed down to Donald Sterling by the NBA makes things clearer for sponsors who have dropped their support of the team.

Why Fiat S.p.A. Needs the 2015 Jeep Renegade

Jeep is a great American brand, but this Jeep is aimed at markets far from U.S. borders.

Will Kia's New Electric Soul Succeed?

The Korean automaker is bringing some Soul to the electric-car party.

Korean Automakers Make Inroads Into the Luxury Car Market

Hyundai and Kia are working hard to build premium, luxury cars that will shed consumer perception of their models as cheap and no-frills.

Hyundai and Kia Hit a Big Pothole

After a huge growth surge, the Korean automakers' U.S. sales have started falling. A Motley Fool analyst explains what's going on.

Ford's 2016 Edge Headlines L.A. Auto Show

The new Ford, the 2015 Chevy Colorado, and an all-new Mini Cooper are among the highlights at this week's Los Angeles Auto Show.

Hyundai's Love Affair With Europe

After introducing its models in 2007, Hyundai is preparing to sell more cars in Europe and threaten the market share of established European car brands, like Fiat and Volkswagen.

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