The investigations, which may last for years, add to its challenges as the Toulouse, France-based company tries to expand overseas and counter slowing demand for new planes.
The Japanese icon has been grappling with construction delays and cost overruns on nuclear projects in its Westinghouse business, and is estimated to need to take a writedown of more than $6 billion.
The raids came the same day that Audi was holding its annual press conference and mark a fresh blow to Volkswagen’s efforts to overcome the cheating crisis that erupted in September 2015.
Automakers now get to make their case to new EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, who downplayed how much human activity is contributing to climate change.
Car loans are under intense scrutiny as auto debt outstanding in the U.S. has surged past $1 trillion.
The Maruti Suzuki case reveals the potential for violent unrest at one of the biggest success stories of foreign investment in Indian manufacturing.
GE announced a deal in October to combine its oil and gas business with Baker Hughes, forming one of the industry’s largest oilfield services and equipment companies.
Over the objections of carmakers, the EPA, in the final days of the Obama administration, decided to lock in the emissions standards negotiated with the industry in 2011.
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