Don't expect the electric-car maker's profits to keep pace with its stock price.
The auto parts giant beats Wall Street expectations, while continuing to expand its stores in the U.S. and Mexico.
It's been minimal since the 2008 crash. Job insecurity at home and low global demand for goods and services are keeping price pressures at bay.
Costly and dangerous attacks on government and corporate computer systems are soaring. The Pentagon alone wants $4.7 billion to combat them.
Despite losses in most of its markets, the Detroit automaker's domestic market remains strong.
The Japanese automaker has slashed the cost of 7 of its most popular vehicles in an attempt to stop losing US market share.
The fuel-thrifty car now leads a fleet of vehicles that proves Detroit can compete with foreign rivals more known for fuel efficiency.
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