Hertz to Makeover the Car Rental Experience

Hertz is planning to update all 8,800 of its retail locations with iPads, charging stations, printers and FedEx services by 2015. More 

Avis Buys Payless Car Rental

Avis has expanded its global presence with the purchase of Payless Car Rental for $50 million. The acquisition adds 120 new locations to Avis' global market. More 

Hertz Rentals Might Come to Walgreens, Lowe’s

Hertz is looking to expand its car-rental business by opening new locations in retailers' parking lots. More 

It Doesn’t Pay to Pile Into Hedge-Fund Favorites

Hedge funds' holdings flood the news each quarter, but reports such as the Goldman Sachs VIP List aren't necessarily a good source of actionable trade ideas. More 

Automakers Not Just Selling, But Sharing

Millennials, once thought to become the prime market opportunity for vehicle sales in five to 10 years, are more interested in sharing a car than buying one. That has automakers scrambling. More 

Italian Jitters Sink Stocks — Monday’s IP Market Recap

Worries about the outcome of Italy's national elections weighed heavily on European stocks Monday, and that worry bled over to U.S. indices. More 

Car Dealer Stocks: Kick The Tires Carefully

Booming auto sales don't mean all these names are good buys. Dealers that focus more on used cars appear particularly vulnerable in 2013. More