Fiat hits back at German emissions tests

Carmaker says KBA not a ‘competent’ authority to assess engines

Nissan says battery power could double

Japanese carmaker wants to extend how far vehicles can travel

Uber In Pittsburgh cars from Uber’s Advanced Technologies Center (ATC) are on the road collecting mapping data as well as testing self-driving capabilities. When the car is in self-driving mode, a trained driver will be in the driver’s seat monitoring operations. The Uber ATC car comes outfitted with a variety of sensors including radars, laser scanners, and high resolution cameras to map details of the environment.

Uber hits the road with self-driving car

Taxi-booking group races to compete with Alphabet, Tesla and GM

Midea/Kuka: the price of partnership

A minority stake buys only so much

US paves way for higher China steel duty

Cold-rolled variety may be slapped with 500% levies

Flurry of deals suggests IPO uplift

Maisons du Monde, Philips and Dong point to renewed listings appetite

Terex/Konecranes: Finnish the job

Selling the cranes business alone looks pragmatic

Konecranes to buy Terex unit

Deal for $1.3bn of assets paves way for Zoomlion takeover of US target

Philips sets range for lighting division IPO

Dutch group hoping to raise €844m after sale fell through

Recalled airbags drag Honda into the red

Takata-related costs offset jump in vehicle sales

Sharp names Foxconn executive as CEO

Hon Hai vice-chairman will be first outsider to run ailing Japanese group

Ghosn makes a $2bn bet on Mitsubishi

Chief of Renault-Nissan aims to revive smaller Japanese carmaker

Big US companies seize on green power

Groups from Google to GM buying renewable energy

Nissan/Mitsubishi: bailover

An expensive call option

Takata to overhaul airbag inflator unit

Japanese group to restructure amid deepening safety crisis

Toyota warns of profit slide on strong yen

Surging currency and recall costs dim outlook

ThyssenKrupp cuts full-year forecast

German group warns of ‘extremely difficult conditions’

Takata warns of $121m loss from recall

Wider checks ordered by US regulators could involve 55m vehicles

Toshiba picks chief to steer turnround

Medical division executive elevated in management overhaul

Halliburton-Baker Hughes deal ‘not fixable’

DoJ official says tie-up raised concerns about competition

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