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VW surpasses Toyota as world's largest automaker in first half of 2015
Volkswagen surpassed Toyota as the world's largest automaker in the first half of 2015, fulfilling a long-held goal, despite a sales slump in the U.S.. Volkswagen sold 5.04 million vehicles in the first six months of the year, edging Toyota's 5.02 ...
CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-VW overtakes Toyota as world's biggest carmaker  Reuters
This Company Just Overtook Toyota to Become the World's Top Automaker  TIME
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Strong home sales, limited supply lift US home prices in May
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. home prices rose steadily in May, pushed higher by a healthy increase in sales this year. The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index climbed 4.9 percent in May from 12 months earlier, down slightly from a 5 ...
Home price increases stay steady  USA TODAY
Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Climbed at Slower Pace in May  Bloomberg
Plunge in Consumer Confidence Exposes Risk for U.S. Economy
Consumer confidence slumped in July by the most in almost four years as households became less upbeat about the outlook for the economy, employment and their finances, figures from the New York-based Conference Board showed Tuesday.
Consumer confidence drops sharply in July  USA TODAY
US Consumer Confidence Falls Back Sharply in July  Wall Street Journal
Ford Earnings Jumped in 2nd Quarter
The Ford Motor Company reported strong profits well above expectations on Tuesday, saying that quarterly earnings were $1.9 billion, up 44 percent compared with a year earlier.
Ford Posts 44% Jump in Profit  Wall Street Journal
Ford's Strong 2Q Profit Is A Sign Of Things To Come, Company Says  Forbes
US STOCKS-Wall Street bounces back after five-day selloff
... * Two-day Fed meeting begins on Tuesday. * China says regulators will continue buying shares. * June consumer confidence falls to lowest level since Sept.
Wall Street bounces back after five-day selloff  TODAYonline
Markets steady despite China plunge, Fed meeting
DuPont's Earnings Don't Show Need To Rethink CEO Ellen Kullman's Turnaround Plan
In the 'what have you done for me lately world of Wall Street,' reporters are already bracing for a renewed push by hedge fund Trian Partners to get on the board of DuPont DuPont after the company reported softer-than-expected second quarter earnings.
DuPont sales slump in second quarter  USA TODAY
DuPont sees 'challenging' months ahead as farm sales weaken  Reuters
U.S. Homeownership Rate Falls to Lowest Since the 1960s
The share of Americans who own their homes fell to the lowest level in almost five decades, extending a multiyear decline as families struggle to regain ground lost during the financial crisis and rentals gain favor.
Homeownership rate hits 48-year low  Chicago Tribune
Homeownership rate drops to lowest since 1967  CNBC
How Virgin Galactic's spaceship pilot survived a 10-mile fall back to Earth
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo had just passed the sound barrier when pilot Peter Siebold noticed something was not right, according to his newly released interview with investigators.
Blame a Catastrophic Blindspot for the Virgin Galactic Crash  Wired
Virgin Galactic spacecraft crash 'due to braking error'  BBC News
SolarCity launches plan to bring solar power to small and midsize firms
SolarCity Corp. wants to deck the rooftops of small and midsize businesses with solar panels by offering a new financing strategy to a market that the company says has largely gone untapped.
In a competitive solar market, SolarCity sets sights on small business  Fortune
SolarCity's unveils program to help small businesses go solar
UPS second-quarter profit tops estimates; sees sluggish US economy
Package delivery company UPS (UPS.N) on Tuesday reported a better-than-expected second-quarter profit on improved margins, and said U.S.
UPS Tops Estimates on International Unit and New Pricing  Bloomberg
UPS quarterly profit up on business overseas  Salt Lake Tribune