With the battle over fuel-economy rules growing more intense, Public Citizen, which helped organize an on-line petition, said that Ford was singled out because of the "hypocrisy" of its position.
Boeing was to sell more than 110 aircraft valued at $19 billion to Iran, which the company said would support tens of thousands of jobs.
Akio Toyoda faces a difficult choice as leader of the world’s most profitable carmaker: ramp up incentive spending to ward off rivals in a shrinking U.S. market, or try to preserve margins.
Herbert Diess, the new VW CEO, can travel the world freely without fear of being arrested in connection with the U.S.’s diesel-rigging investigation.
The investment will allow Canada to built a “hybrid ecosystem,” becoming the largest producer of hybrid Toyotas in North America.
The Apple purchase, costing between $11 billion and $14 billion, adds to the almost 170 million shares that Buffett-run Berkshire Hathaway Inc. owned at the end of 2017, when it was already his biggest shareholding.
Winterkorn is the highest-ranking person to be charged in the three-year investigation, opening a new chapter in the scandal that burst into the open in 2015 when VW admitted to rigging the emissions setups of some 11 million vehicles worldwide.
But by the end of Tesla’s first-quarter conference call, Musk was berating analysts, the shares had plunged and any shred of predictability was out the window.
BMW, Bosch, Ford, General Motors, Renault, Accenture and IBM create a consortium to explore how blockchain will reinvent mobility.
About 89% of Barra’s compensation is determined by whether the company meets performance targets.