In the never-ending contest for sales, Ford, GM and Chrysler are pulling ahead.
Instead of the usual plant closings and furloughs, Ford, GM and Chrysler are keeping the assembly lines rolling to meet strong demand.
The bailed-out carmaker's stock price would have to more than double by next year for Uncle Sam to profit. What are the odds?
General Motors is upgraded to 'buy,' and Pandora is initiated with a 'sell.'
This car manufacturer has endeavored to do things differently from the beginning, and that may give it interesting potential.
The electric-car maker is on the road to becoming the first rival to break the hold of Detroit's Big 3 in the public's imagination. Can it sustain this success?
The booming country is pumping out autos -- many with US and European names -- that lag in safety features common elsewhere.
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