HSS shares fall on profit warning

Tool rental group says second quarter “below expectations”

GE sells fleet businesses for $6.9bn

Group is third of the way through its $200bn disposal programme

Dearman- zero emission refrigeration system in on-vehicle tesing
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Universities in cold energy tie-up

Demand grows for cooling in food and drug distribution

Composite image of bottles of Dassai-branded sake move along a conveyor at the Asahishuzo Co. brewery manufacturing Dassai-branded sake in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi Prefecture and soy sauce-flavoured Japanese rice crackers
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TPP progress shakes up sake and crackers

Foodmakers and warehouse operators among beneficiaries of looming deal

McLaren accelerates on supercar sales

Road-going 217mph P1 helps UK group to threefold rise in income

Goodyear to close Midlands rubber operation

Wolverhampton plant’s fate severs historic link to tyremaking

Takata CEO apologises for faulty airbags

Reclusive chief defends company handling of problems

OneWeb rocket
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OneWeb project could end up lost in space

US start-up’s plan for 600 micro-satellites appears ambitious

Toshiba chief promises overhaul

Shareholder anger follows corporate accounting scandal

Carmakers launch vehicle-sharing drives

Ford, GM and BMW will let buyers earn money from renting

Divergent unveils part-3D printed supercar

Start-up is latest to challenge sector’s manufacturing methods

Industry fights back against corrosion

Self-healing materials pioneered to work like antibodies on metal

Alfa strives for beauty and profitability

Fiat Chrysler to stage the marque’s biggest relaunch in decades

US Autos: shut up and drive

A good time for buyers; less so for makers

Lada revs up as sales reverse off a cliff

Renault-Nissan’s Russian carmaker points to market share gains

Takata, regulators roasted over airbags

US Senate hearing raises new questions about safety

Thorntons: an acquired taste

Investors will be glad Ferrero is offering £112m for chocolatier

GM activists go cold on Fiat tie-up

Hedge funds more interested in cutting costs than complex merger transaction

Small-cap Week, June 20

Rurelec, Galantas Gold and Flowgroup featured

Tata Steel UK strike called off

Walkout would have been the sector’s first in more than 30 years

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