The German tire maker's forecast of a 6% increase in sales is a positive sign for Europe's automakers, but margins could still disappoint.
The U.S. is worried.
There's more to Trump's eleventh-hour pass to save jobs in Indianapolis than meets the eye.
Mexico's Cemex, Greece's Titan and Italy's Buzzi Unicem have the most to gain from the President-elect's promised construction splurge, says Exane BNP.
Shares in the French conglomerate soared 4% after a telecom-inspired third-quarter earnings beat and on optimism that Trump's road-building will boost earnings at its Colas unit.
Brian Znotins, who oversaw the buildup of United's San Francisco hub, returns home to Calgary to work for WestJet.
Sales dropped more than 20% each in GE's oil and gas, locomotives and lighting divisions, and executives lowered the top end of the full-year profit forecast.
Analyst predict on Hurricane Matthew's impacts on two closely-related sectors.
The bloc's consumer commissioner tells Germany's Die Welt newspaper that she has written to national consumer protection watchdogs to find out more.
Following a six-hour shutdown, Delta Air Lines resumed flights. The carrier said 300 flights were canceled Monday morning and delays are expected to persist throughout the day.
Operating earnings in the quarter were 95 cents a share, topping analysts' forecasts of 85 cents.
The German auto maker sees a rise in operating profits and overall sales, although it has set aside additional cash to pay for legal costs.
The chemicals maker lifts the low-end of its full-year earnings per share forecast as cost savings bolster its bottom line.
The car maker takes a hit to earnings from vehicle recalls related to Takata airbags, but Chinese sales continue in top gear.
Last week's Brexit vote clouds the outlook for Siemens' 14,000 British employees.