The Accenture stand at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The group has been raising its digital profile. Photograph: Reuters

Accenture raised its full-year net revenue forecast well above analysts’ expectations and reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit, (...)

Tata is expected to announce 1,000 job cuts at plants including Port Talbot and Llanwern in south Wales. Photograph: Andrew Yates/Reuters

The UK government is set to come under fresh pressure to help the steel industry as workers are braced for more job losses. Tata is expected to anno(...)

Dermot Desmond: isn’t exactly known for tolerating losses. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Billionaire financier Dermot Desmond isn’t exactly known for tolerating losses at his various companies, but he has had to suck them up at eSpatial So(...)

PSA Peugeot Citroen is close to securing a deal that would allow it to build cars in India in factories owned by the Tata Group

PSA Peugeot Citroen is close to securing a deal that would allow it to build cars in India in factories owned by the Tata Group. According to India’s(...)

Tata Steel: A supply glut in China has hamstrung the industry even as demand has started to recover elsewhere. Photograph: Matthew Horwood/PA Wire

India’s Tata Steel has written down the value of its European steel assets for the second time in as many years, adding to its already long list of wo(...)

The new Jaguar XE has been very carefully crafted into as direct a rival to the 3 Series as could possibly be

Fourteen summers ago, Jaguar took a big, right-hook swing at mighty BMW. It was backed by the financial might of Ford, borne aloft on shared engine(...)

Chief Designer Ian Callum poses alongside the new Jaguar XE automobile during its the World Premier launch in London last month.  Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Audi A big show for Audi this one, as it continues its relentless march into every motoring niche. The facelifts of the A6 and Q3 will get their (...)

Jaguar’s new XE saloon

After months of drip-feeding and teasing us with half-lit photos and a myriad of technical details, tonight Jaguar finally unveiled its crucial new XE(...)

Managing Talent

The Economist’s series of management books tend to be well-researched, highly pra(...)

Karl Slym, managing director of India’s Tata Motors, speaks during a media conference announcing an upgraded versions of some passenger vehicles in Mumbai, India last June. Photograph:  Divyakant Solanki/EPA

Karl Slym, managing director of India’s biggest automaker Tata Motors , died after falling from a hotel room in Bangkok in what police said today may (...)