For the troubled motorcycle maker, there's a big difference between "better than expected" and actually being on course to shift from contraction to growth.
News & Analysis: Harley-Davidson
Earnings were better than expected, but that doesn't say a lot.
Management has a plan to sidestep higher tariffs.
Not a lot is going right for Harley-Davidson these days.
Tariff talk keeps sending this company off the road.
The iconic U.S. company gets a post-earnings downgrade.
Harley-Davidson is expanding into the kids' scooter market.
Analysts fear business is getting as bad as the bad old days of the crisis -- and that's good news?
From falling sales to higher tariff and recall costs, the iconic motorcycle company had a bumpy ride to end 2018.
The motorcycle business isn't what it used to be.
No one in the motorcycle business likes a trade war.