General Motors reported a relatively small loss for the second half of 2009 – $4.3 billion. Next steps include repaying Treasury loans by June and eventually returning to shareholder ownership.
Two months into an uncertain recovery, Ford and GM show they’re building cars that attract buyers. Chrysler slides.
Auto sales are up, even for the Big Three. The worst may be over for US automakers – and for Michigan.
Rejection Thursday of a bluefin tuna ban at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) drew sighs of relief from sushi chefs and fishermen across Japan. Japan consumes about three-quarters of the globe's bluefin tuna.
Members of the Tea Party movement say they are not beholden to the GOP.
The new Ford Police interceptor will replace the Crown Victoria-based police car at the end of 2011.
A thorough – and sometimes painful – examination of the struggles of the US auto industry.
Toyota recalls, investigations, and congressional hearings hurt the company and buoyed sales results of Honda, Ford, Hyundai, and others. But it could have been worse.
Toyota had the most driver complaints about rogue car acceleration over a five-year period. But other car makers, led by Ford, also had numerous complaints filed against them, reports Edmunds.com.
In Japan, Toyota recall woes were met first with disbelief and then with an onslaught of criticism from Japanese media outlets more accustomed to eulogizing the 'Toyota way.'