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Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali talks about the company’s new venture in SUV models, and whether this marks a shift away from scarcity and into the mass market.
PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares explains how the company convinces investors that it’s not ‘biting off more than it can chew’ when it comes to Opel.
PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares talks about its new relationship with General Motors.
Volvo Cars CEO Håkan Samuelsson talks about the possibility of the company going public on the stock market.
Volvo Cars CEO Håkan Samuelsson says the automaker has a “very flexible production system”, when commenting on a possible border adjustment tax by the U.S.
Jaguar Land Rover CEO Dr Ralf Speth talks about the automaker’s outlook for key markets such as emerging markets and the U.S.
Jaguar Land Rover gives CNBC an exclusive look at its Range Rover “Velar”. The automaker’s CEO Dr Ralf Speth talks about the company’s product while commenting on electric vehicles.
Jim Farley, EMEA president at Ford, talks U.S. tax reform, electric vehicles and the automaker's European product mix.
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller talks about the state of the automaker, admitting that the VW brand is “struggling to find its way in the future”.
BMW CEO Harald Krueger talks to CNBC about its position in the German luxury auto market, and how it always assesses the balance between profitability and growth.
Jaguar Land Rover CEO Dr Ralf Speth talks about the importance of the EU’s single market and free trade, as uncertainties around trade under Brexit and the new U.S. administration linger.
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller and BMW CEO Harald Krueger give their thoughts on the impact a border adjustment tax from the U.S. could have on their firms.
Volvo Cars CEO Håkan Samuelsson talks about future strategic plans when it comes to technology, with comment on electric cars and driverless technology.
Jim Farley, EMEA president at Ford, talks about the PSA-Opel deal and the profitability of the European market.
Autonomous cars are likely to outshine their electric counterparts this year, says Stefano Aversa of AlixPartners.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that sports media giant EPSN is set to lay off some forward-facing talent.
Charlie O'Shea, Moody's lead retail analyst, discusses his latest report on the debt troubles for 19 big retail names.
Finishing a marathon in under two hours is a holy grail for runners. A team of scientists explains how it can happen.
Citi Research says the build-out of fourth-generation wireless networks in India will drive iPhone demand.
General Motors has announced plans to sell its European plant, where the automaker has been present since the early 1900s.