Honda Joins the Latest Sales Race in China
Honda says it will begin building Acuras in China in 2016, joining an increasingly crowded luxury-car field as China's auto boom continues.
GM: We're Worried About Tesla Motors
GM's concerns about Tesla say a lot about the hot Silicon Valley automaker. But they also say a lot about GM, where executives are working to change the culture in a hurry.
GM Europe: Still Needs Work
Losses narrowed in the first quarter, but sales were down again in June, and GM's CEO is making more big changes as he works to cut losses.
Mercedes-Benz Rushes to Catch Rivals
Mercedes' parent company Daimler beat estimates last week -- but Mercedes' earnings were down. Can the old luxury brand keep up with its hot German rivals?
VW's Growth Plan Hits a Snag
VW is out to be the world's biggest automaker by 2018. But there's one little problem: Its sales in the U.S. are actually declining.
Will GM Give in to This French Temptress?
French automaker Peugeot is on the rocks, and rumors are swirling that the founding family is looking for a buyer -- and they may be wooing General Motors.
GM's Chevy Overhaul Hits High Gear
The General is serious about making Chevy a global brand, but so far, Europeans aren't buying. Now, GM's CEO is making big changes to shift Chevy into high gear.
The DAX Picks Up Speed as Germany Stays Ahead of Europe's Crisis
European problems may not be solved, but German stocks have finally bounced firmly into the green for the year.
GM Ups Its Game Against VW in China
GM sells more vehicles in China, but VW makes more money. Now, GM is moving to close that gap -- with a bold new plan for Cadillac.
How GM's Profits Could Go Up
General Motors' global sales have been strong, but its profits have trailed rivals'. A Motley Fool contributor explains why -- and how GM can close the gap.