Queen’s green award for Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar Land Rover installs UK's largest rooftop solar panel array at its engine manufacturing centre

Carmaker wins award for sustainable deveopment

Western groups find going tough in Russia

Country is reeling from economic woes linked to western sanctions

JLR says it cannot act on ‘copycat’ claim

China’s industrial image is at risk, chief Ralph Speth warns

Carmakers prepare for China deceleration

Foreign groups adapt to slower growth ‘new normal’

Non-Chinese companies warm to renminbi

Multinationals using currency for payments outside mainland

Ren Jianxin, Chairman of ChemChina (China National Chemical Corporation), poses at the headquarters of ChemChina in Beijing, China, 18 April 2015.
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Ren Jianxin, ChemChina chairman

Boss of chemicals giant will soon be in charge of Pirelli

AA maps out technological route

Roadside assistance group focuses on online services

Piëch defeated as VW board backs CEO

Directors recommend contract extension for Martin Winterkorn

Edmund Truell

Edmund Truell in bid for Quindell arm

Financier in approach for car black box business

Iran car lovers eye nuclear dividends

Fate of sector is a pressing concern for politicians

Ford set to unveil $2.5bn Mexican push

Carmakers attracted to country by low labour costs

VW board members meet to discuss crisis

Fallout after chairman declares he is ‘at a distance’ from CEO

European car sales continue to accelerate

Cheap oil and falling unemployment fuel near 11% rise

Would-be plaintiffs barred from suing GM

Ruling means significant win amid fallout over switch faults

Carmakers take divergent roads in Russia

As GM ends production in the country, others may tough it out

Wagnerian passions drive auto industry

VW’s CEO receives an unwelcome message from his boss, writes Philip Delves Broughton

Change at the top comes with a cost

Research shows that even planned appointments of CEOs hit total shareholder returns

Deloitte fine over MG Rover dealings cut

Fine reduced to £3m, but tribunal reprimands firm and former partner

Corporate Germany baffled by VW chairman

Piëch’s outburst leaves him isolated

Volkswagen: auto-crats

Argie-bargie puts distance between chairman and chief executive

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