At the time, it was the largest IPO in American history -- but Henry Ford never wanted it to happen.
The company is already laying the groundwork for a turnaround.
Bucking a pessimistic trend, the automaker released upbeat guidance for 2019.
After years of leadership, Ford's Explorer got beaten -- badly -- by Toyota in 2018. Can it fight back?
FCA will pay about $800 million to settle emissions cheating charges. But more trouble could lie ahead.
NIO had a good year, but a slumping market and some stiff competition lie ahead.
The automaker's global revamp effort has arrived in Europe, where profits have been scarce recently.
The short answer: A lot of new models.
Which slumping auto stock is the better bet now?
Which of these beaten-up auto stocks is the bear-market gem?
Two big factors threaten to throw a wrench into NIO's expansion plans -- and Tesla is one.
Growing concerns about a U.S. slowdown hit the Detroit automakers' stocks hard last month.
Potential labor troubles and a possible economic slowdown have investors worried.
A dismal report from China was a big factor.
A slump in China and concerns in the U.S. hurt lots of auto-related stocks last month.
It’s not just about the fat 7.6% dividend.
Good crossover sales weren't enough to offset big declines in sales of sedans.
Fresh products are good. Fresh Jeeps and pickups are even better.
As usual with automakers, it's all about the product.
Tesla's quarterly sales hit a record, but there are hints that it's worried about demand.