The electric-car maker defends its vehicle after a scathing newspaper report hurt the company's stock and credibility.
Some 10% of the country's ethanol plants have gone idle, fueling speculation about what's next for the controversial industry.
Share prices plummet after a New York Times reporter's Model S loses heat and power on Interstate 95 and gets towed to a charging station.
A new study finds that the lengthy American commute is draining precious gas money and time.
More people are relying on public transportation in a time of high gas prices, and young adults in particular don't really want a set of wheels.
With marketers releasing spots ahead of Sunday's game, some commercials are getting a head start in creating buzz.
Americans had no problems buying cars last month, even as consumer confidence waned and paychecks got a bit smaller.
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The retailer labels the character's fake memoir as non-fiction. This comes weeks after it categorized the the Bible as fiction.
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