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 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.
Promising to build a "manufacturing powerhouse" along the U.S. Gulf coast, ExxonMobil announces it will invest $20 billion in 11 existing and new facilities.
Scrutiny escalates of Fiat Chrysler vehicles that environmental regulators have said violate pollution laws.
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.