The proposed settlement, with the Federal Trade Commission and drivers of about 78,000 diesel models with 3.0-liter engines, brings the total cost of penalties, buybacks and fixes in North America to more than $23 billion.
U.S. auto companies, whose home state of Michigan has a large Arab community, have yet to make their views known. Wall Street has also largely stayed out of the fray.
In three months Atlas Copco CEO Ronnie Leten will step down as the company enters a period of significant change. "I think already from Day 1 when you take on the CEO job...that you need to think of 'next,'" he says.
‘Intel Go’ will range from its smallest Atom chips all the way up to its most powerful Xeon product packaged with other components and software.
Successful lean implementations start with a clear view of company strategy and the role of lean in supporting that strategy. Absent that, even committed leaders will lose their way.
The shutdowns are another sign that the auto market may have hit a peak with slowing sales in less-profitable vehicles like passenger cars.
Shares of Takata have gained 49% in the past month on speculation the company could secure a buyer by the end of the year, though a new owner might not be named until the first quarter of 2017.
“I know you will have interrogations about whether this enlarged alliance will work,” Ghosn, 62, told shareholders at the extraordinary meeting. “From past experience, I am confident that it will.”
"The F-35 program and cost is out of control. Billions of dollars can and will be saved on military (and other) purchases after January 20th," the President-elect said on Twitter.