Chinese buyers have been shunning Japanese vehicles as a result of a territorial dispute. US automakers could pick up the slack.
Gas prices strip September sales of their political punch.
The recently announced power window glitch puts the automaker in good company with Honda, Ford and GM.
Consider the aluminum giant the equivalent of a worldwide labor report.
The investor's short trade took the market by surprise, causing Chipotle shares to drop nearly 5% in two days.
Stocks slide as Spain's Prime Minister says a bailout request is not imminent.
The Dow shows a small loss, but Apple shares reverse to end the day higher. Google slips. September auto sales are the best since 2008. Spanish premier Rajoy says a bailout request isn't 'imminent.' T-Mobile may buy MetroPCS.
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