It’s not just a Seattle thing.
Renault-Nissan has no plans to move production out of Mexico despite speculation that the anticipated revision of NAFTA could slap tariffs on trade.
General Motors (GM) may have “thrown out the baby with the bathwater” in the sale of its European Opel and Vauxhall brands to French rival Peugeot, the head of rival firm Fiat Chrysler (FCA) has told CNBC.
It’s easier to bask in the glow of the glory days than it is to put in the hard work to defend your spot at the top.
GENEVA (Reuters) – Building in Britain is not essential to BMW’s Mini brand as most customers do not know where the compact cars are built and its new electric model could be made elsewhere, the brand’s boss told Reuters on Tuesday.
Researchers in Australia have found that “common” Australian trees do not store as much carbon as previously thought.
Flex schedules and an inspiring work environment may be more effective in motivating your employees than a higher salary.
Facebook reports BBC to police after media outlet sends sexualized images of children it says found on Facebook’s site.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne speaks about a proposal by Republicans in the House of Representatives which would likely lead to the introduction of a U.S. border tax adjustment.
Sellers on Amazon in Europe can choose from five different marketplaces to sell from. The most popular Amazon marketplace in Europe is Amazon UK, where most European sellers have listed their products. An analysis of Amazon in Europe shows other interesting findings. The analysis was done by Marketplace Pulse, which Continue reading
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – An EU court agreed with United Parcel Service on Tuesday that the EU had wrongly blocked its takeover of Dutch peer TNT four years ago, potentially allowing the world’s largest package delivery company to sue regulators for damag…
Volkswagen’s Sedric is equipped with a voice assistant like Apple’s Siri and a windscreen that serves as a massive TV.
GENEVA (Reuters) – The auto industry is facing seismic changes with the rise of electric vehicles, automated driving and car sharing set to eclipse even big mergers such as PSA’s purchase of Opel, executives at the Geneva auto show said.