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Elon Musk to County Health Officials: Arrest Me, Cowards

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has made something of a one-man sport out of spouting off uninformed, contrarian...

Tesla Told Employees to Show Up for Work on Wednesday Despite...

Electric car company Tesla asked employees to show up to work on Wednesday despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, including...

Volkswagen reports higher earnings, but cuts deliveries view on auto slowdown

Volkswagen AG said Wednesday that its earnings and revenue rose in the first nine months of the year, but cut its full-year forecast for...

Fiat Chrysler confirms talks with Peugeot over possible combination

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and Peugeot maker PSA Group of France said they were in merger talks, discussions that could lead to...

A bear-market catalyst is lying in wait for stocks, warns UBS

ByIf you'd listened to some statisticians you could have seen Monday's bullish session, and a fresh record for the S&P 500 , coming...

Why your best stock bets for the next 10 years are...

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Hyundai Motor profit rises 51%, but misses expectations

Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.'s third-quarter net profit increased sharply on year, helped by solid sales growth in the U.S. and Europe.Net profit for the...

Daimler reports higher revenue and earnings

Daimler AG said Thursday that revenue and earnings rose in the third quarter.Net profit for the quarter rose to 1.72 billion euros ($1.91 billion)...

Tesla stock rallies 20% after surprise quarterly profit

ByTesla Inc. shares rallied more than 20% in after-hours trading Wednesday after the Silicon Valley electric-car maker reported a surprise quarterly profit and...

Peugeot revenue boosted by new launches

Peugeot SA said Wednesday that revenue edged higher in the third quarter, helped by new product launches.Revenue rose to 15.58 billion euros ($17.35 billion)...