Nio shipped fewer than 1,000 vehicles last month.
A tough earnings report is still reverberating.
Second-quarter sales fell short of expectations, calling its growth story into question.
An earnings miss has Wall Street pondering the company's future.
Its new CEO is scrambling to find a solution.
Automakers are cutting production as auto sales slide.
Earnings missed Wall Street expectations.
But improvements are starting to show.
The company did well, but was it enough to satisfy investors?
A stronger yen and weaker U.S. sales hit the bottom line.
The weaker forecast overshadowed good quarterly results from the automaker.
A peek under Ford's financial hood shows that good things are happening.
These are the numbers that tell the tale.
Earnings per share rose, and revenue was on par with expectations.
Sales remained strong, but spending jumped.
The automaker is building out its vision for high-tech urban mobility.
But things should improve later in 2019.
Will it miss estimates on slumping sales in the U.S and China? Maybe not -- here's why.
A record result in North America set the pace for a better-than-expected quarter.
A slowing cycle, geopolitical tensions, union pressures, and more -- automakers just can’t catch a break.