A new report says backed-up highways mean a stronger economy, with more people taking to the roads to get to work.
It might under a plan for Fiat to buy the shares it doesn't already own. But will the UAW sell?
Stocks suffer their worst weekly loss since late 2012, and the markets face a tough week ahead with Caterpillar, Apple, Amazon.com and Exxon reporting.
Stocks are mixed despite declines in the shares of some of the biggest companies in the country following their earnings reports.
The global giant posted a 16% earnings gain and met Wall Street's estimates. Yet investors see nothing but its trouble in the eurozone.
In a rising auto market, both hold great appeal, but investors should roll with the stronger operator.
After having left the midsize pickup territory, the US automaker is returning to take on the Japanese.
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