Markets slightly lower ahead of government jobs figure -- last before the elections.
GM and Ford miss analyst expectations for the month while Hyundai and Nissan report losses as the superstorm takes a toll.
Stocks are sharply higher amid positive readings from two separate jobs reports.
Do you wait days for an insurance assessment or dry out the car and hope for the best? Storm damage may flood the used car market with musty vehicles.
Stocks are lower in the first day of trading following the 2-day market closure in the aftermath of Sandy.
Financial markets slowly begin to recover after a historic 2-day closure.
After overseeing the automaker's historic turnaround in the US, Alan Mulally is looking to work another miracle on the other side of the Atlantic.
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