A slowing cycle, geopolitical tensions, union pressures, and more -- automakers just can’t catch a break.
It looks ugly at first glance, but Ford's second-quarter result was actually pretty decent.
Good SUV and luxury sales -- and no diesel-scandal charges -- helped VW to a strong quarter.
But the restructuring efforts are having good effects.
Wrangling over emissions is proving to be very expensive.
The Blue Oval reports after the bell on Wednesday. Here's a preview.
The Blue Oval just sent Elon Musk a 500-ton message.
Ford sold fewer vehicles, but more of its most profitable ones.
Sales were down, but there's more to the story.
There were some high points in another tough quarter.
There are concerns.
The two may soon share tech on self-driving and electric vehicles, saving billions of dollars.
The slumping electric carmaker's sales ticked up in June.
The market is softening, but there was more to the story.
While Tesla fell, this former Foolish favorite has been rising.
The driverless-car leader is going global.
The Blue Oval just beat most of its rivals in a key measure of build quality.
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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