Fiat Chrysler Automobiles today reported a 29 percent rise in third-quarter adjusted operating profit and raised its full-year guidance, but recall costs weighed on the results. The world's seventh-largest carmaker said adjusted earnings before interest and tax for the July-September period rose to 1.5 billion euros ($1.63 billion).
CEO Mark Fields says Ford isn't giving up on cars -- even as the automaker abandons most U.S. production of them -- but it also won't keep piling on
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