Should the automaker gear up for some intense damage control?
Stocks pare earlier losses after new European easing measures and signs of improvement in the US labor market.
Detroit's Big 3 blow away analysts' estimates as consumers respond to new models and low interest rates on car loans.
Analysts expect to see a profit of 53 cents a share
The automaker and the tech giant are battling it out over in-car communication technology.
New in-house mapping software will come bundled with iOS 6 when it rolls out this fall, potentially dealing Google a major blow.
Stocks slide following disappointing monthly jobs report.
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