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Ambitious Uber Engineer Is Google's Enemy Number One
The head of Uber's self-driving car research is the subject of a lawsuit from his former employer for stealing intellectual property.
Volkswagen Diesel Damages Jump to $23.9 Billion After 4Q Charge
Volkswagen Diesel Damages Jump to $23.9 Billion after 4Q Charge
“In spite of the charges and the challenges arising from the diesel crisis, we can be satisfied on the whole with the group’s business development,” CFO Frank Witter said. “We must use great discipline to achieve the set targets in all divisions, in order to return to the path of success in the coming years.”
North America's Biggest Auto-Parts Maker Sees Border Tax Danger
North America's Biggest Auto-Parts Maker Sees Border Tax Danger
The maker of bodies and chassis, car electronics and vision systems relies on the U.S. for about one quarter of sales, and counts on Mexico for another 12%.
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Boeing to Open Its First European Plant in Post-Brexit UK
The 25,000 square-foot plant will initially employ 30 people, with recruitment starting next year.
Trump meets with manufacturing leaders
Manufacturing CEOs Push Border Tax During Meeting With Trump
President Trump didn’t go as far as endorsing the tax reform plan backed by House Speaker Paul Ryan.
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Exxon's New Chief Endorses Carbon Tax to Combat Climate Change
A key component is Exxon’s insistence that the tax be revenue-neutral, which means other taxes would be scaled back so the government’s take wouldn’t be any greater.
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VW Executive Pleads Not Guilty as 5 Avoid US Diesel Case
The criminal plea is part of the ballooning bill that has followed the carmaker’s September 2015 admission that about 11 million diesel cars worldwide were outfitted with so-called defeat devices.
HP Enterprise Revenue Falls Far Short of the Mark
CEO Meg Whitman--who has been slimming down the company--is battling rising competition from cloud-based technology providers.
Labor Leaders Left out of Trump's Manufacturing Meeting
Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO, and Thea Lee, deputy chief of staff for the federation of 55 unions, are on the White House’s list of leaders but didn’t receive invitations.
Gary Cohn, Donald Trump and Jared Kushner.
Trump Vows to Put CEOs to Work Restoring US Manufacturing 1
The meeting grew out of a December announcement of an a new trade advisory panel on manufacturing and a series of previous gatherings.
Tesla Motors CFOs former and future (Deepak Ahuja) and current (Jason Wheeler).
Tesla Preps for C-Suite Change as Musk Maintains Model 3 Schedule
While the electric car maker reported a quarterly loss and announced a CFO switch, it also maintained that the Model 3 will delivered on time in July.
President Donald Trump
Trump to Weigh Job Policies in CEO Brainstorming at White House
At Thursday’s meeting, the White House plans to solicit recommendations on deregulation, workforce training, infrastructure, taxes, and trade.
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Exxon Caves to Oil Crash with Historic Global Reserves Cut 1
The 3.5-billion barrel Kearl oil-sands development in western Canada accounted for most of the hit.
Carlos Ghosn
Ghosn Steps Back from Nissan to Focus on Mitsubishi Turnaround
Ghosn, credited with turning around Nissan after taking over as chief operating officer in 1999, will look to do the same at Mitsubishi Motors.
VW, Tata Motors May Be in Talks for India Alliance
A deal to jointly develop vehicles for emerging markets may be announced at the Geneva auto show in early March.
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