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Study finds failure to reduce discrepancy with employee levels

Overseas groups weigh Brexit challenges

Many companies put investment and hiring plans on hold

£3.5m backing for Smurfit Kappa

Non-exec shows faith in cardboard manufacturer

Ford considers UK job cuts after Brexit

Country produces 1.6m autos annually, mostly for export

Tata Steel UK assets in doubt after vote

Leave vote could dent hopes of steelmaker keeping operations

Musk’s $1tn goal seems out of this world

Tesla boss wants to create a trillion-dollar company with SolarCity deal, but Wall St not convinced

DS SMITH PACKAGING

DS Smith wraps up 6% sales growth

Paper and packaging group says European acquisitions paid off

Korean shipbuilding

S Korean shipbuilders engulfed in crisis

World’s largest yards reel from fierce Chinese competition, weak global trade and low oil prices

Dave Lewis, CEO of Tesco, photographed at OSB this morning.

Tesco: killing Phil’s darlings

Dave Lewis quick to sell his predecessors’ vanity acquisitions

Industrial robot sales hit record

Double-digit global rise led by China

Tesla-SolarCity: storm ahead

Planned deal looks like a bailout between two Elon Musk groups

Musk uses Tesla to buy SolarCity

Electric carmaker shares fall 13% on bid for related solar power company

Australia becomes steel battleground

Banks, private equity, politicians fight over Whyalla steelworks

Brexit Countdown: 2 days to go

Late arrivals; late changes of mind; the wheels are off; and pollsters hedge their bets

Germany probes ex-VW chief Winterkorn

Investigation centres of emissions scandal at carmaker

Robotics hire signals Toyota tech fightback

Change reflects broader effort to overhaul corporate culture

Europe diesel car sales hurt by VW scandal

Loss of market share accelerates after affair highlights harmful nature of emissions

UK carmakers renew calls to remain in EU

JLR, Toyota, BMW and Vauxhall issue joint warning over dangers to industry

Volvo and Geely aim to deepen ties

Carmakers may jointly develop driverless and internet technology

Mitsubishi to pay $600m compensation

Payments follow inquiry into falsification of fuel economy data

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