Ford Motor Company is considering the elimination of its Mercury brand automobiles and SUV's.
Vacationers should see gas prices rise this summer – but nothing like the price spike of 2008.
Two months into an uncertain recovery, Ford and GM show they’re building cars that attract buyers. Chrysler slides.
Questions continue about Toyota recalls for unintended acceleration. Two House members want the automaker to produce data backing up its assertion that defects in electronic components aren't part of the problem.
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.
The company’s growth pressured the automaker’s resources, while its achievements led to complacency, some say. Now, the Toyota recall is spreading across the globe.
The debate over cash for clunkers is the first skirmish over the legacy of Obama's stimulus program.
Tiff over the success of cash-for-clunkers has the White House reaching beyond media criticism to take on even ‘apolitical’ consumer groups.