While General Motors (GM) now envisions pretax profit to total $14 billion, Lithia (LAD) boosts the stock buyback program by $750 million.
(Reuters) -Ford Motor Co said on Monday it would push its return-to-work hybrid plan to March as the state of the COVID-19 pandemic remained uncertain. The company had previously said it would not return to work under a hybrid work model - a combination of on-site and remote working - before January. Ford had required most of its U.S. salaried employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4.
Honda (HMC) recalls more than 724,000 cars over a safety issue with the vehicles' hoods, while (F) recalls 114,996 cars over faulty rear-brake linings.