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A review conducted by Fiat Chrysler from mid-2015 found U.S. sales figures were inflated by 5,000 to 6,000 vehicles, the Automotive News reported.
Apple is about to sell its billionth iPhone, a rare achievement for any consumer electronics company, the Financial Times reported.
European airlines are set for some turbulence in the coming months, warn analysts, who predict the Brexit vote will impact consumer demand.
Virtual reality offers huge opportunities for new gaming experiences, but there are fears the technology has the potential to traumatize audiences
European markets pared gains on Monday to close mixed, as Wall Street traded lower and oil prices fell.
Philip Green's family accrued "incredible wealth" by taking cash out of 88-year-old retail chain, a joint parliamentary committee found.
The outcome of the Presidential contest will determine whether defense spending rises and which major weapons programs get whacked
Florida's medical marijuana market launches Tuesday, but some cannabis fund managers warn of high investor risk due to the limited roll out.
Grocers have started to embrace selling imperfect fresh produce, but they are finding it challenging to get adequate supplies.
General Electric reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as revenue from its power business rose.
Forget handing over half a wage-packet for fine dining - in Singapore food fans can now experience Michelin-starred cuisine in the street.
With the Brexit causing a U.K. investment slowdown, some start-ups are looking to Asia for their next funding round.
The coffee chain saw lackluster sales in every region.
Public companies are under a level of pressure that makes it increasingly difficult for them to compete, American Century Investments' CEO says.
J.P. Morgan is expected to pay around $200 million later this year to settle probes over its Asia hiring practices, according to a report.
Luxury cars and truck maker did not expect Britain's decision to leave the European Union to have any impact on demand.
Theranos named Dave Wurtz as vice president of regulatory and quality and it named Daniel Guggenheim, as its chief compliance officer.
HSBC conducted its own investigation three years ago into a $3.5 billion currency trade that US prosecutors now believe was criminally fraudulent.
Members of the U.K.’s science and agriculture industries have already begun to voice concerns about Brexit's impact on funding and labour.
Read the open letter that includes its list of principles which are intended to stir a conversation within the business community.