VW may have to buy back more US cars

Judge asks for a ‘plan B’ if emissions problem cannot be fixed

Stratasys STRATYSYS 3D printers to 3D production systems, Stratasys machines

Stratasys eyes 3D printing for jet interiors

Group working on technology to make parts on a much larger scale

Brussels quizzes France on Renault probe

MEPs allege that Paris is trying to protect domestic car industry

VW agrees deal to end supplier dispute

Cancelled order row led to widespread disruption at German plants

‘Seoul Man’ by Frank Ahrens

Having a midlife crisis, with Hyundai and South Korea for company

VW production threatened by parts dispute

Wrangling with suppliers includes €76 disagreement

FOR STORY BY HAL WEITZMAN TO RUN ON MONDAY, JULY 19, 2010 -- Caterpillar Inc. CEO Doug Oberhelman stands for a portrait at a landfill company in Clinton, Illinois on July 9, 2010. (Financial Times Photo by Brian Kersey)

Caterpillar goes data mining with Uptake

Industrial behemoth and tech start-up benefit from collaboration

China emissions rules threaten auto profits

Domestic brands face biggest challenge adjusting to tougher rules commonplace elsewhere

Opel cuts car production after Brexit vote

General Motors’ marque to shorten work hours in Germany plants

VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS, makers of wind turbines. Pictured is a windmill park at Staunting, West Denmark.

Vestas: start spreading the news

Financial and political stars line up for Danish turbine maker

Uber and Volvo to make self-driving cars

Ride-sharing app and Swedish premium carmaker announce $300m partnership to make cabs and cars

Vestas boosts forecasts on strong sales

Danish turbine maker benefits from falling cost of wind power

German carmakers train sights on Tesla

Upstart faces assault on its leading position in electric cars

UK car buyers undeterred by Brexit vote

Dominance of finance packages insulates consumers from price increases

Low steel prices hit ThyssenKrupp profits

German group in talks with Tata about a European joint venture

Walmart, Verizon and GM make digital bets

Big companies spend to catch up with powerful rivals

A primer for the UK’s industrial strategy

Theresa May has a chance to build a lasting industrial blueprint for the UK, writes Richard Lambert

German court allows investors to sue VW

Approval for procedure similar to class-action lawsuits in the US

IMI: under pressure

Shares in the mid-cap engineer have overshot

Siemens raises outlook for second time

New orders and restructuring help overcome tough conditions

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