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Honda will work with Alphabet's Waymo in a pan-Pacific self-driving technology move.
Demand for hybrid and electric cars fuels growth, putting pushing sales in the year to date up 5.5%.
M&G joins Aviva and Standard Life in stopping investor withdrawals.
The Lexus and Prius recall comes as the car maker secures shareholder support to reel in separately listed subsidiary Daihatsu.
Analysts have been hard at work pumping out 'Brexit' predictions and warnings: here are some of their tips on notable markets.
The car maker warns a U.K. retreat from the European Union would also jeopardize its car loans business.
Diageo CEO Menezes says leaving the European Union would be bad for business and the Scotch whisky industry.
The pound rises against the dollar as support for continued U.K. membership of the European Union grows before Thursday's referendum.
FTSE was propped up by mining stocks as benchmarks on the continent sank
European indices bounce following after a morning in the doldrums in the wake of mildly disappointing GDP data.
On a somber day, Salvatore Ferragamo cuts a dash as it parades higher profit despite declining sales.
France's Bouygues and Italy's Salvatore Ferragamo buck the trend on quarterly figures.
Fear of political crises in Europe might be the ideal time to buy some stocks.
German carmaker warns of competition and a volatile economic environment.
Lufthansa loses altitude, while Commerzbank slips and Hugo Boss promises to close stores after first-quarter misery.
Be prepared for when the ECB starts buying corporate bonds.
There are three main benefits that autos could see from Mario Draghi's measures.
The LC500 was shown as a concept car four years ago, but the company's CEO says fans persuaded the automaker to build the $100,000 model.
Tesla Motors (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk unveiled the electric automaker's first SUV - the Model X.
Elon Musk and Tesla are reinventing the SUV for the 21st century. The new Model X SUV doesn't disappoint.
Exporters led European stocks lower on Tuesday after China's surprise currency devaluation, as an unexpected fall in German investor confidence stoked concerns about the pace of recovery in Europe.
U.S. stock futures are slumping on a busy earnings day, even as Greece announced it is expecting to finalize its bailout deal by Aug. 18.
European stocks were mixed Tuesday as the Greek equities selloff entered a second day and as companies from German carmaker BMW to French insurer Axa posted earnings.
A German automobile consortium has driven off with a key prize in the race for self-driving car technology, paying $3.1 billion for telecom-equipment maker Nokia's Here Communications mapping division.
Fiat Chrysler's Jeep has a software flaw which potentially opens it to hacking, as Wired magazine reported. Here's what FCA is doing about it.
European stocks rose on Thursday as the Greek government prepared detailed proposals to secure a third bailout. Stocks were also buoyed by a recovery in China.
European markets rose on Wednesday after European leaders gave Greece a Sunday ultimatum for a rescue deal or face eviction from the euro. The Chinese stock rout dampened the mood.
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