Car and truck sales in the US beat analyst expectations for August. Higher gas prices pushed more buyers into dealerships in search of fuel-efficient models.
After a whopping earnings surprise, the ATV manufacturer expects sales to increase even more.
Already about 70% of the cars the company sells in North America are made in the region. Now it wants to increase production.
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.
Detroit's Big 3 blow away analysts' estimates as consumers respond to new models and low interest rates on car loans.
The automaker and the tech giant are battling it out over in-car communication technology.
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