The struggling Spanish Seat nameplate,  owned by VW, fell 11 per cent, but premium badge Audi rose 4.1 per cent. Photograph:   Scott Olson/Getty Images

Slowing sales at Europe’s biggest carmakers, including scandal-hit Volkswagen, took the pace off growth in the market last month, as registrations inc(...)

European commissioner for competition Margrethe Vestager holds a press conference on the EU decision to set out a template for recovering unpaid taxes and preventing tax avoidance by multinationals

Oxfam Ireland has urged the Government to take immediate action to force multinational companies to publicly declare where they pay taxes. The call co(...)

Starbucks, Fiat, Apple and Amazon may be the tip of the iceberg after revelations of widespread use of sweetheart tax deals hit the headlines last year

Starbucks and Fiat Chrysler must each pay as much as €30 million in back taxes after the European Union said they were handed illegal fiscal deals by (...)

A replica of a Ferrari Formula One car is seen in Santiago, Chile

Ferrari priced its initial public offering at the top of expectations on Tuesday, raising $893 million, as drivers enamored with the luxury sports car(...)

As the EU readies a landmark decision on tax avoidance, all of the countries and companies involved in the first four cases — Starbucks in the Netherlands, Apple in Ireland and Fiat and Amazon in Luxembourg — insist that they have done nothing wrong. (Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

Starbucks and Fiat face tens of millions of euros in tax repayments when the EU issues a landmark decision this week on tax avoidance by multinationa(...)

 Fiat Chrysler is expected to list its luxury sports car unit Ferrari in the second part of October. (Photograph: Denis Balibouse/Reuters)

Enzo Ferrari was so determined to protect his young son from the dangers of motor sport, that he ordered his workers not to let the boy sit in team c(...)

Alex Ferguson: “One of the pupils at Harvard said to me, ‘What do you know now that you wish you’d known 30 years ago?’ - and it’s communication. When I was younger I wanted to rule the world and do everything.”

When Sir Alex Ferguson became a professional footballer in the early 1960s, he earned £16 a week (£300 in today’s money) in a sport that was a solid (...)

Apple is continuing its efforts to create a car, though some of the big questions around the project remain undecided. The company is still working (...)

Volkswagen cars at the Frankfurt Show yesterday: the car manufacturer has been ordered to recall nearly half a million of its vehicles in the US. Photograph: Ralph Orlowski/Reuters

The European car industry was shaken yesterday after Volkswagen’s share price fell almost 20 per cent over its admission that it cheated on US emissi(...)

Applegreen: service station group’s shares fall another 2 per cent to €4.70

European shares closed generally higher on Tuesday, helped by a positive start at Wall Street. However, shares at German energy firms RWE and E.ON d(...)