Already about 70% of the cars the company sells in North America are made in the region. Now it wants to increase production.
The automaker is getting killed in Europe, and it can't rely on US sales alone. It needs to catch up in China.
Facebook estimates that it has 83 million fake accounts, which is higher than what it had pegged in the past.
In an effort to boost sales, the automaker targets buyers with less-than-perfect credit.
GM and Ford miss expectations but still sell enough to keep the industry on pace for 14 million units sold this year.
Tiffany, Ford and Nike are among iMedia's list of advertisers successfully leveraging Facebook's Instagram.
The iPad maker reports disappointing quarterly results, while the heavy machinery maker surprises to the upside.
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