338 results

Don’t judge a book by its cover and don’t leave the new Ford Ka+ off your shopping list if you’re looking for a nimble supermini. The new smallest For(...)

Ford’s dip is in contrast with General Motors which reported record third-quarter net income of $2.8 billion on Tuesday. Photograph: iStock

Ford, buffeted by a slowing US market, posted third-quarter profit that fell by more than half while still beating analysts’ estimates because of cost(...)

Fiat Tipo saloon: being promoted on price and  equipment

It’s going to be a busy 12 months for Paul Hunt. The recently-installed managing director of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ireland Ltd is an experienced h(...)

Volkswagen accounted for 22.9 per cent of Europe’s auto sales in September compared with 23.3 per cent a year earlier. Photograph: iStock

Volkswagen has lost market share in Europe for the thirteenth consecutive month since the emissions scandal erupted in September 2015, as competitors (...)

European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager  in Washington, where she defended the Apple tax ruling. Photograph:  Yuri Gripas/AFP/Getty Images

European Correspondent The European Commission has opened a fresh investigation into tax deals offered by Luxembourg, this time to French energy com(...)

Shares in Deutsche Bank sank 8.5% after rebuffing a $14bn claim from the US justice department to settle a misselling investigation

A fall for Deutsche Bank spread to the industry, deepening a selloff that dragged European equities to their biggest weekly plunges since before the U(...)

As taxpayers in Ireland and in many other jurisdictions come to grips with the European Commission’s decision on alleged state aid to Apple, there has(...)

The Apple Inc campus  in the distance in Cork: sources in Dublin remain confident that the Apple judgment will not stand the scrutiny of the courts. Photograph:   Patrick Bolger/Bloomberg

Is Apple a once-off? Or are we looking at an “appalling vista” for Ireland, where our historic corporate tax system is gradually unpicked by European (...)

Margrethe Vestager: continuing her clampdown against corporate tax avoidance  with Luxembourg again in her sights. Photograph:  Eric Vidal/Reuters

The European Commission may open a fresh investigation into tax rulings offered by Luxembourg as early as this week, as EU competition commissioner Ma(...)

Today is exactly a year since the body of three-year-old Syrian refugee Alan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach. Alan, his mother, Rehana, and five-year-old brother, Ghalib, drowned together just 4km from the shore. Photograph: Demir/AFP/Getty

In 1972, author and politician Leonardo Sciascia finished writing a collection of stories of his native Sicily called The Wine-Dark Sea. It weaves tog(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • Next
  • Last »