Mitsubishi will, in 2021, wind up its Irish operations, just as it will in the rest of Europe and the UK. Photograph: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP

Car brands tend to be stable things, not quite in the too-big-to-fail category, but robust enough to survive the rough and tumble of business peaks an(...)

Bernard Brogan lifts the Sam Maguire Cup after Dublin’s win over Tyrone in the 2018 All-Ireland final. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Oh no. Not another article about money and the Dubs. Turn the page, Mammy. Make the bad man stop. It’s All-Ireland final day. It’s nearly Christmas we(...)

The Japanese carmaker is struggling to restore profitability and sales after reporting its biggest loss in two decades

Nissan Motor Corporation is forecasting a wider-than-projected operating loss for the current fiscal year, as the Japanese automaker seeks to dig itse(...)

Renault employs about 180,000 people globally

Renault plans to eliminate 14,600 jobs worldwide and lower production capacity by almost a fifth as part of cost reductions aimed at outlasting the do(...)

Renault employees work on a vehicle assembly line at a factory in northern France. Photograph: Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty Images

Renault chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said the French carmaker is seeking as much as €5 billion in government-backed loans to weather the coronavirus(...)

Annalise Murphy competing at the Australian Laser Radial National Championships in Melbourne. Photograph: John West/Sail Melbourne

Olympic silver medallist Annalise Murphy marked her return to the Laser Radial with some reliable performances at the Australian National Championship(...)

Hiroto Saikawa denies any role in bringing down his former mentor Carlos Ghosn (pictured).

Hiroto Saikawa, who served as chief executive of Nissan under Carlos Ghosn, has warned that the carmaker has been damaged by Japanese nationalists wan(...)

An electric charger for a Citroen SUV C5 Air Cross plug-in hybrid   is on display at  the Paris Motor Show. Photograph: Chesnot/Getty Images

The prospect of hybrid and plug-in hybrid cars losing their Government subsidies is a looming possibility as the we roll towards budget day in October(...)

Last week, Nissan, Renault and junior partner Mitsubishi Motors established a new joint board comprising separate executives of all three automakers to oversee operations and governance. Photograph: Toru Hanai/Bloomberg

The external committee tasked with improving governance at Nissan believes the firm can deepen ties with Renault without overhauling the broader allia(...)

Carlos Ghosn, former chairman of Nissan Motor. Photographer: Keith Bedford/Bloomberg

Japan’s Nissan Motor and France’s Renault said they would retool the world’s top car-making alliance to put themselves on more equal footing, breaking(...)

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