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Nissan  Fined for Emissions Cheating in South Korea
Nissan to be Fined for Emissions Cheating in South Korea 1
State tests showed the Qashqai switched off its emission reduction device when the car temperature reached 35 degrees Celsius to stop the vehicle from overheating, whereas other cars waited until the temperature reached 50 degrees.
General Motors' Opel Unit in Hot Seat Over Emissions
General Motors' Opel Unit in Hot Seat Over Emissions
Tests on a number of Opel's diesel models had uncovered "hitherto unknown devices" that deactivate filtration systems in the engines of two of the best-selling models, Astra and Zafira.
A deployed airbag in a 2001 Honda Accord.
Honda: We Will Recall Millions More Cars With Takata Airbags
Not a good day for Honda: Its net profit in the fiscal year to March was down 32% from a year ago, which it blamed mainly on “quality-related costs” linked to the airbag crisis.
Honeywell to Spin Off Resins/Chemicals Business
Honeywell to Spin Off Resins/Chemicals Business
Honeywell says it wants to focus on building growth through high-value software and technology products.
Hyperloop One Test Bodes Well for Fast Future of Transit
If you want to ride in the hyped-up Hyperloop, you’ll probably need to wait at least five years. If you want to marvel at some top-notch engineering, well, you can do that right now.
Peugeot and Dongfeng Partner to Develop Electric Cars
Peugeot and Dongfeng Partner to Develop Electric Cars
The two companies will set up an electric version of a common platform for producing cars for Peugeot, Citroen, DS and Dongfeng.
German Factory Orders Boosted by Foreign Demand
German Factory Orders Boosted by Foreign Demand
Foreign orders rose 4.3% from February -- particularly from outside the eurozone where demand surged by 6.2%.
An artist rendering of the Perlan Project, second stage.
Airbus Claims Space Pioneer Mantle Thanks to Perlan 2 Glider
The French flyers have poured $4 million into the new technology, which could shatter altitude records and help establish a new cruising altitude for planes.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne at a 2015 news conference.
Are Autonomous Cars Riding in the Fast Lane?
Days after his company announced an alliance with Alphabet, FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne says self-driving cars will be on our roads within the next five years. We all love the optimism, but will he be right?
Volvo Cars Gets Junk Rating as Bond Offer Hits the Road
Volvo Cars Gets Junk Rating as Bond Offer Hits the Road
Tapping the corporate bond market for the first time in its 89­ year history, Volvo will begin presentations for investors on May 9, a process known as "roadshow."
ExxonMobil Launches Venture for Low-cost Carbon Capture
ExxonMobil Launches Venture for Low-cost Carbon Capture
ExxonMobil said its new agreement with FuelCell Energy Inc. aims to develop technology for capturing carbon-dioxide emissions from power plants using fuel cells.
Halliburton, Baker Hughes Call Off Merger
Halliburton, Baker Hughes Call Off Merger
"Challenges in obtaining remaining regulatory approvals and general industry conditions that severely damaged deal economics led to the conclusion that termination is the best course of action," the companies said.
Chinese Ship to be First through Expanded Panama Canal
Chinese Ship to be First through Expanded Panama Canal 3
The 50-mile canal has been widened at an estimated cost of more than seven billion dollars to triple its capacity by allowing bigger bulk carriers to cross through.
Bayer Urged to Stop Bee-killer Pesticides
Bayer Urged to Stop Bee-killer Pesticides
1.4 million signatures were presented to Bayer calling on the company to to stop selling two substances, clothianidin and imidacloprid, that are contained in the pesticides believed to be responsible for killing bees.The EU has already placed a moratorium on sales of the chemicals, which are classed as neonicotinoids, since the end of 2013.
German Metalworking Sector Hit by Warning Strikes
German Metalworking Sector Hit by Warning Strikes
Among the sites hit with a walkout or stoppage was Daimler in Bremen and plants belonging to Mercedes and ArcelorMittal in Hamburg in the north, a Ford site in Cologne and an Audi factory in Ingolstadt.
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