Lower demand for conventional compact and mid-size cars and higher demand for SUVs and pickup trucks have forced automakers to reorient their strategies.
AAP reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the company? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Uber crash hits the self-driving car industry hard, which is witnessing billions of dollars of investment and has the potential of being a game changer in transportation.
The better prospects in the overall economy usher in hope for the automobile companies.
U.S. sales of General Motors (GM), Ford (F), Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) and Honda (HMC) post sales decline for February, Toyota (TM) sees rise.
Advance Auto Parts (AAP) is progressing well with its transformation plan and made key investments in technology and people to boost its value proposition.
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Genuine Parts Company (GPC) and Advance Auto Parts (AAP) report better-than-expected earnings. Cooper Tire & Rubber (CTB) delivers lower-than-expected earning
Advance Auto Parts (AAP) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 8% on the day, amid huge volumes.
The holiday season has the potential to make or break of retailer's fiscal year. Now that we are on the other side of the bulk of Q4's earnings announcements, we can see that several notable companies performed particularly well.
Advance Auto Parts' (AAP) fourth-quarter earnings and revenues beat estimates.
In fourth-quarter 2017, Advance Auto Parts (AAP) delivers better-than-expected earnings.
Advance Auto Parts' (AAP) growing SG&A expenses and pricing competition might affect Q4 earnings. However, store expansions leading to increased profits might assist the company.
Honda (HMC), General Motors (GM), AutoNation (AN) & Tesla (TSLA) report better-than-expected earnings.
PACCAR (PCAR), Harley-Davidson (HOG), Autoliv (ALV), Johnson Controls (JCI) and Meritor (MTOR) report better-than-expected earnings and revenues.