Week in Review, January 31

week in review

Apple, McDonald’s, oil majors and Deutsche Bank featured

Recall costs prompt Honda profit warning

Japanese carmaker cites weak sales in China and at home

Ford and GM reveal impact of Russia havoc

Rampant US market helps offset difficulties in Europe

China link boosts UK engineering group

Yongtai investment drives development at Covpress

Fiat makes strides in Europe with profit

Strong demand for Jeep and Ram vehicles in US

BEIJING, CHINA - DECEMBER 11: (CHINA OUT) Li Hejun, Chairman of Hanergy Holding Group, attends the 2013 China Central Television (CCTV) Financial Forum at China World Trade Center Tower III on December 11, 2013 in Beijing, China. The three-day forum opened on Tuesday ahead of the "2013 CCTV China Economic Person Of The Year Award". (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

Shining a light on China solar star Hanergy

FT Probe: Breakneck growth of world’s most valuable panel maker

Bain Capital snaps up TI Automotive

US buyout group adds British car parts supplier to its portfolio

Japanese carmakers risk being overtaken

Autonomous driving attracts new entrants including Google

GM’s Mary Barra in the driving seat at Davos

World Economic Forum likes a powerful newcomer

Kia blames Russia for 54% profit fall

Drop in shipments and rouble exchange rate hit performance

UK car production climbs for fifth year

Late rally maintains impressive success run in tough conditions

China autos: traffic report

Car sales and prices are slowing in the country

European cities move against diesel cars

Politicians concerned about diesel contribution to air pollution through nitrogen oxide emissions

Hyundai payout rise underwhelms investors

Fall in profit overshadows increased dividend at Korean carmaker

Toyota forecasts brake on sales

Number one carmaker lags behind global rivals in China

‘Lucky town’ Swindon rides out Honda cuts

Company town has among best records for job creation in UK

Car maintenance tunes up Halfords sales

Retailer reports record levels of car parts fittings

Volvo names new Americas chief

Appointment part of carmaker’s push to set up US industrial base

China groups extend US ambitions

Expansion plans go beyond supplying the Boston subway

Tesla: in need of a recharge

Shares in the electric car maker have fallen heavily, with good reason

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