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European car sales rose a marginal 0.6 per cent in May from the same month a year ago after posting robust growth the previous month, industry data sh(...)

Toyota’s investment will allow Grab to further expand its range of online to offline services, such as food delivery and digital payments

Toyota has agreed to invest $1 billion (€850 million) in Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm Grab as a lead investor in the company’s ongoing financing(...)

US stocks rose after the latest monthly jobs report pointed to strength in the world’s largest economy. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares breathed a sigh of relief on Friday, with Italian stocks supported after a deal to form a coalition government there ended three month(...)

Ryanair was ahead 2.6 per cent to €16.70, a day after its annual results. An analyst note on Tuesday speculated on the possibility of further share buybacks. File photograph: Andrew Yates/Reuters

European shares touched their highest level since the start of February on Tuesday as car makers and bank stocks climbed and Italian shares recovered.(...)

The nascent Italian coalition parties proposed Giuseppe Conte (above), a little-known 53-year-old professor who  hardly any political experience, as prime minister for the alliance.

Italian bond markets were hit hard in heavy trading volumes on Monday as investors prepared for heightened political uncertainty while the nascent coa(...)

 Equities in Europe have been buoyed  up by a crude oil price of $80

European markets dipped on Friday, but still managed to post their eighth straight week of growth. DUBLIN Paddy Power Betfair continued its strong (...)

Nissan has become the latest carmaker to shun the scandal-tainted fuel source. Photograph:  Johnny Milano/Bloomberg

Nissan is to phase out diesel from its cars in Europe, becoming the latest carmaker to shun the scandal-tainted fuel source. The Japanese group will (...)

Bob Dylan in a promotional photo for his Heaven’s Door whiskey. Photograph: John Shearer/New York Times

In late 2015, an unexpected name popped up in the liquor industry press: Bob Dylan. A trademark application for the term “bootleg whiskey” had been fi(...)

Car-buyer confidence has slipped in the first quarter. Photograph: iStock

European car sales turned in their weakest performance in the first quarter since an industrywide contraction five years ago, as UK consumers’ apprehe(...)

“When cars are more connected, criminal hackers have a bigger reach.” Photograph: iStock

In the summer of 2015, the motor industry was rocked by a series of high-profile car hacks that remotely unlocked car doors, turned on windscreen wipe(...)

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