Both companies seemed eager to join forces, and then the situation became much more complicated.
Investors have suddenly soured on a company seen as a potential Tesla rival.
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Trade jitters and a rough quarter had investors on edge.
A tough earnings report was just the beginning.
A surprise retirement has investors worried.
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Development costs for an upcoming SUV put a dent in the bottom line.
A deeper first-quarter loss was followed by a reset of full-year expectations.
The company expects better margins in the year ahead as cost cuts take hold.
Are signs of improvement starting to appear?
The market really seemed to like Ford’s earnings report; GM’s, not as much. But what do the reports say about the big picture for big auto?
Big demand for the Portofino, a convertible sports car introduced last year, is driving gains for Ferrari.
The automaker set aside 1.4 billion euros in anticipation of a hefty penalty from the EU.
Operating profit fell 29% as sales slowed in the U.S. and Europe.
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Strong pricing on new pickups -- and a big gain on its stake in Lyft -- helped GM to a good quarter.
A good first quarter showed that Ford's ongoing "redesign" is working.
Net profit fell, but Ford's restructuring is starting to bear fruit.
GM reports next Tuesday. Sales are down, but operating margin may get a boost.