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Tesla shares plummeted after a worse-than-expected loss and yet another major management change cast fresh doubts on the electric-car maker’s future. (...)

AIB closed up 0.9 per cent to €3.80 after reports that it is to sign off on the sale of a €1 billion non-performing loan portfolio known as “Project Beech.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

European shares rose on Tuesday, snapping a four-day losing streak, boosted by healthcare stocks and on indications that UK prime minister Theresa May(...)

Traders work on the floor of the NYSE  Friday. Photograph: Epa/Justin Lane

European stocks failed to stage a recovery on Friday, posting their worst week since a market correction last February as a new sell-off hit bourses a(...)

Tesla Model 3 cars during an event at the factory handing over its first 30 Model 3 vehicles to employee buyers. (Photograph: Tesla via The New York Times)

Tesla’s Elon Musk keeps getting the green light to do what it takes to bring electric cars to the masses, regardless of how much it’s going to cost. (...)

Founded in London in 1986, Pret A Manger mainly operates in the UK, but is expanding overseas. Photograph: Getty Images

Bridgepoint, a UK-based private equity firm, is working with bankers to prepare a US listing of Pret A Manger, a fast-growing food and coffee shop cha(...)

Tesla is valued at $50 billion, making it America’s most valuable car maker. GM sold 10 million cars last year, Ford 6.6 million; Tesla, which is rapidly burning cash, sold 76,230.  Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images

No one does hyperbole like Tesla’s Elon Musk, who last week predicted the loss-making electric car maker could eventually be worth more than Apple. A(...)

The latest twist and turn in the Apple car story could be a link up between the computer and tech giant and BMW. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images

The latest twist and turn in the Apple car story could be a link-up between the tech giant and BMW. Suggested to Apple World magazine by Gene Munster,(...)

Investors in Apple are likely to be ‘unconcerned on a relative basis’ about the EU ruling, says one analyst

Shares in Apple fell slightly in New York as investors largely shrugged off a European Commission ruling that the company must pay up to €13 billion i(...)

Analysts at Morgan Stanley are betting that the June quarter “marks the trough” for Apple shares.

Apple is expected to report the worst quarter for iPhone growth since the device was first launched nine years ago, with analysts forecasting a drop (...)

Mario Draghi in Davos: the European Central Bank president’s remarks helped to buoy markets on Thursday and the trend continued to the end of the business week. Photograph: Jean-Christophe Bott/EPA

Stocks continued their rebound on growing investor confidence triggered by indications from EU banking chief Mario Draghi that more support for the m(...)

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