The Detroit manufacturers did not meet the high sales expectations analysts had set for the month, but Japanese carmakers beat estimates.
The stock slides after the company could not beat analysts' high expectations on both revenue and profit.
Carmakers report large gains on strong demand for trucks and SUVs.
The largest electronics retailer says that same-store sales and profit have dropped from a year earlier. What does this mean for the holidays?
The largest automakers saw double-digit sales gains for the month, but in some cases that still wasn't enough for Wall Street.
The upscale grocer is stepping up the pace of store openings.
Momentum is so strong that the company says it could pull in up to $11 billion in the current quarter.
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