Sales and revenue rose, but expenses cut into profit.
Earnings fell short of expectations -- and guidance.
TrueCar missed its own sales guidance but managed solid growth anyway.
Was it a fluke?
Gains from higher sales were largely offset by a weaker product mix.
Auto sales slipped, but Honda's motorcycles sold very well.
GM’s third-quarter sales fell -- but its profits surged.
The new-car market may be weakening, but GM is still making hay.
A key analyst upgrade and good news from China boosted Ford investors' optimism.
Model changeovers and regulatory snags kept supplies tight last quarter.
Ford's troubled China operation is getting a new CEO, new products, and a new business structure.
Which global auto giant is the better bet for new money now?
A good-enough earnings report appears to have reassured worried investors.
Solid results in North America and for Ford Credit weren't enough to offset deep troubles in China.
FCA is selling Magneti Marelli. Will this be what CEO Mike Manley needs to start paying a dividend?
Last time Daimler cut estimates, several other automakers followed suit. Will that happen again?
The Blue Oval reports on Wednesday afternoon. Here are two key things to watch.
Shares of both have been beaten up lately. Which is the better bet?
Both Detroit icons look cheap right now, but which is the better bet?
How does the American auto icon stack up against the German luxury giant?