July Car Sales Rise, But Mostly Miss Estimates

Automakers reported higher car sales in July compared to last year, but fell short of Wall Street expectations. More 

Don’t Hold Your Breath for a Detroit Bailout

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told a CNN interviewer on Sunday that Detroit would have to work out issues with its creditors on its own. More 

Toyota SUV Flunks Important Crash-Test

Toyota's redesigned 2013 RAV4 small SUV received the lowest grade on a new crash test, but was still ranked as a Top Safety Pick. More 

Status Symbols With Purpose: Top Shelf Cars

The Maserati Quattroporte is one of those luxury vehicles worth daydreaming about -- and working toward. More 

Buy the Big Truck Auto Boost

Most automakers posted one heck of a June for auto sales, but really pushing the needle was truck sales for Big 3 members Ford and General Motors. More 

5 Celebrities Cashing In Big on Endorsements

Paula Deen might not be the face of Smithfield Foods anymore, but plenty of other celebrities, from MJ to Ellen, are still getting paid big-time for endorsements. More 

Fiat’s Recent Moves Hint at Chrysler IPO

Fiat has kicked off a massive refinancing plan to lower the cost of existing Fiat and Chrysler loans, setting the stage for FIATY to go "all-in" on Chrysler. More