Major carmakers are posting double-digit sales gains for April as consumers deal with rising prices at the pump.
The automaker's share price is going nowhere, even though the company is gaining momentum. Why?
While shares of General Motors look attractive near their post-IPO low, Ford is even more compelling. With video.
The U.S. Treasury owns 500 million shares of General Motors, and is tired of waiting for the share price to rise.
Your decision depends on your appetite for risk. At any rate, GM should be on investors' watch lists. With video on GM's prospects.
The German carmaker's ambitious goal to triple domestic sales relies on the stylish new Bug, a redesigned Passat and a new Tennesee auto plant. Includes video.
US buyers maintained strong demand last month, giving automakers something to cheer about even as the Japan earthquake disrupted production across the industry. With video updates.
The Dow gains 57 in a rally fueled by news of lower unemployment and 216,000 jobs created in March. But weakness in Apple weighs on stocks. Automakers -- except Toyota -- report strong March sales. A takeover fight erupts over the NYSE.
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