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 Geely chief executive Li Shufu: seeking to build the firm into a Chinese version of the Volkswagen group with brands in different market segments.

Geely has acquired close to 10 per cent of Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler for about $9 billion (€7.32 billion), becoming its largest shareholder in the l(...)

Another week and another premium brand’s baby SUV takes to the road. Car firms are going crazy for crossovers these days, due largely to unmet consume(...)

Lynk founder Noel Ebbs

Irish-founded taxi booking app Lynk, whose primary customer base is in Dublin, is looking to expand nationwide, with plans to start operating in Cork (...)

With China’s economy slowing and air pollution at the top of the political agenda, new-energy vehicles will be a key feature of this year’s Auto China show in Shanghai. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters

When it comes to the global car market, no single event quite reflects the change in auto manufacturers’ global emphasis than Auto China, the motor sh(...)

Lynk & Co 01 compact SUV is the first of its planned full range of globally-available models. At 4.5-metres long and 1.6-metres tall, it’s smack dab in the middle of the burgeoning compact SUV sector

Lynk & Co is the new, and somewhat torturously-named car brand being launched by Chinese carmaker Geely. Somewhat unsurprisingly, its first model (...)

Pokémon Go has been a surprise hit for developer Niantic since its launch on July 6th. Photograph: Sait Serkan Gurbuz/Reuters

Gotta catch ’em all but no car to get around? Dublin taxi service Lynk has begun offering a fixed-fare Pokémon-themed tour around the city to help out(...)

An Irish rival to Hailo, Lynk, is expanding into the US, according to the Sunday Independent. The company is working with drivers in New York, Washington and Boston and plans to launch in those cities before the end of the year.

Oil and Gas explorer Providence Resources is in talks to raise more than €100 million from investors as it looks to pay down debt. according to the Su(...)

Sharon O’Buachalla: “LeasePlan Bank was able to go out to the market and get funding at a time when the domestic banks couldn’t” Skoda Octavia: good performer

A fleet management company that managed to grow in the recession certainly warrants further examination. At a time when new car sales in Ireland were (...)

Competition in the taxi app market stepped up a notch this week, with the launch of Lynk. The Irish-founded taxi app is hoping to take on Hailo and U(...)