Toyota launches restyled Camry at NY show

Carmakers burnish brands as they battle for market share

Corporate knights less likely to cut jobs

Fear of drawing the ire of politicians and the public a factor

Pump assembly at Weir Minerals Australia
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Metso rejects Weir’s merger approach

Engineering groups decide not to pursue £8.5bn combination

GM crisis a ‘catalyst for change’, says chief

Barra wants renewed focus on customers

A French mix of exotic high-tech

Raphaël Gorgé is updating his family’s industrial knowhow

Diamond’s adventure with BancABC

Precious Ramotswe cautions Diamond in his African adventure

Europe no longer slow lane for carmakers

Peugeot and Fiat among those seeing growth in home market

Peugeot launches plan to restore profits

Carmaker will cut model numbers and develop standalone DS brand

Investors cool on latest London listings

Exova and Cambian both trade below offer prices

GM crisis widens with second faulty part

Carmaker flags $1.3bn costs on rising recalls

‘Smart factories’ set to shake up industry

Productivity gains likely, but with consequences for labour force

Miracle graphene set to play the long game

Graphene groups are the latest to tap the market

Business is going native again

Multinationals are questioning whether their model can survive

Alcoa turns from ‘wild’ commodity swings

Aluminium group sees good prospects in aircraft and cars

RAC to promote ‘black boxes’

Joint venture with insurance specialist Ingenie valued at £1bn

Holcim and Lafarge outline merger deal

One-for-one share agreement to create group with sales of €39bn

Alfa Laval to buy Norwegian pumpmaker

Swedish engineer in $2.2bn deal for Frank Mohn

3D printing moves up to the next layer

SLM Solutions IPO plan highlights area of focus for technology

India proves fertile for tractor makers

Rural prosperity driving India’s $4.5bn tractor market

Bicycle component makers ride sales boom

Consumers’ preference for hand-built British products on the rise


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