In order to offer a cost-efficient option to manage shared mobility services, Goodyear (GT) displays its intelligent tire prototype designed for fleet operators.
Double-digit sales growth in the company's Towable and Motorized RVs segment drives Thor Industries' (THO) Q2 earnings.
In spite of increased expenses as a result of hurricane Harvey, Copart (CPRT) beats Q2 earnings and revenues. Also, top- and bottom-line figures increase year over year.
Acquisition of Europe's Alliance Automotive Group by Genuine Parts (GPC) is likely to help spread the company's business on the continent as well as boost its sales figure.
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In spite of witnessing strong organic revenue growth in parts and services in the North American segment, LKQ Corp misses Q4 earnings estimates.
Double-digit growth in Genuine Parts' (GPC) Automotive segment enables the company to drive past estimates.
Genuine Parts (GPC) reports fourth-quarter 2017 adjusted earnings per share of $1.12, thus beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.11.
Genuine Parts' (GPC) mounting SG&A expenses and high inventory might affect its Q4 earnings. However, AAG acquisition and expanding product line might help the company.
Daimler AG (DDAIF) cautions that its shifting focus to electric vehicles could compel it to support its supply chain.
Expanding product distribution network in the United States and developing technical and manufacturing abilities in Asia, might help Cooper Tire (CTB) to expand its global presence.
General Motors (GM) plans to partly close South Korean business in a bid to focus more on profitability and innovation.
Penske Automotive's (PAG) frequent U.K.-based business acquisitions and rising dealership networks enable it to toughen its market position.
Double-digit growth in Tenneco's (TEN) both segments help the company beat on Q4 earnings.
Robust commercial truck business and rise in U.S. retail automotive operations drive Penske Automotive's (PAG) Q4 results.
Revenue growth across all segments aids Goodyear (GT) in Q4.