Eyal Aronoff’s drive for oil alternatives

NEWPORT COAST, CA - OCTOBER 2, 2014. Eyal Aronoff poses for photographs at his home in Newport Coast, October 2, 2014.
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The serial entrepreneur wants a ‘flex-fuel’ revolution

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ECB moves house after three-year delay

Costs spiralled to €1.2bn and tower not large enough for all staff

Used car sales boost Pendragon profits

Operating profit up by a third, assisted by service and repair business

Racing series roadtests future technology

Sustainable agenda means motorsport technical solutions will begin to converge

Former Alstom UK manager to be charged

Robert Hallet stands accused of bribing Indian officials

JLR boss says pay deal ‘over the top’

Carmaker faces strike threat after 3-year offer is rejected

Alcatel-Lucent: blade runner

Cost cuts are taking hold, at last

VW beats analyst expectations for profits

Audi brand delivers strong performance

New drugs drive rising sales at Bayer

German group shifts toward life sciences

Ferrari spin-off is Marchionne’s ‘biggest step’

Fiat Chrysler chief plans 50% increase in global sales by volume

Fiat Chrysler/Ferrari: Divide and rule

Spinning off Ferrari is a buffer against Marchionne’s ambitions

JLR faces first pay dispute for a decade

Trouble brews as carmaker opens new Wolverhampton engine plant

Winners of probation contracts announced

Two groups awarded more than half the £450m annual work

Saudi businessman sues Barclays for $10bn

UK bank is accused of striking secret settlement with kingdom

Fiat Chrysler to spin off Ferrari

Quintessential Italian marque to be listed next year

The French mayor, the pig, the butcher

Hayange leader is supposed to show National Front’s respectable side

Nasa remains confident in Orbital Science

Antares carrying 5,000lbs of supplies to International Space Station explodes on launch

DuPont resists calls for break-up

Chief of chemicals group defends conglomerate structuring

Honda profits hit by airbag recalls

Carmaker warns of delays in launching vehicle models

Carmakers slowing on innovation

Cost-cutting and shaky sales hit industry research and innovation


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