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Volkswagen America CEO Michael Horn apologizes on Capitol Hill and says VW is "determined to make things right."
German prosecutors carried out searches for material that would help clarify who was responsible for emissions cheating.
Castrol, a division of BP, says it found an easy way to change the oil in a vehicle in as little as 90 seconds, USA Today reports.
You don't want to mess with Philip Thorrold.
Uber is focusing its legal efforts on learning more about an Internet address that it has persuaded a court could lead to identifying the hacker.
With the holiday season expected to be as competitive as ever, H&M has a number of new offerings to bolster its sales.
The United Auto Workers U.S. union has reached a tentative deal with Fiat Chrysler on a new four-year contract, the Union said early Thursday.
Volkswagen has warned it would take time to investigate its rigging of emissions tests, hours before it is due to give updates on its findings.
The clock is ticking toward an 11:59 p.m. Eastern deadline that could leave Fiat Chrysler facing its first strike in eight years.
Despite the decrease in value of used cars, Volkswagen revealed Thursday that its U.S. sales rose 0.6 percent in September.
Michael Horn, CEO of Volkswagen Group of America, in prepared remarks, apologized and said that the company is "determined to make things right."
Cosi stock is down sharply Wednesday after a bad case of divine intervention.
The New York Times said it aimed to double its annual digital revenue y 2020 with a concentrated effort to win over more readers on smartphones.
Jet.com, the discount shopping site, will get rid of its $50 annual membership fee to attract more customers. Re/code reports.
Chuck E. Cheese's is attempting to change the way a generation of Millennials think about a chain they grew up visiting.
Yum Brands' latest earnings report is baffling, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Apparel retailer Urban Outfitters agreed to end on-call shifts for New York workers, joining brands like Gap and Victoria's Secret.
"Extraordinary volatility in financial markets" hit a new victim in China: pizza sales.
Should you take part in this $1.1 billion industry? Here's what Jay Leno thinks of the car-sharing economy.
In 23 years selling Volkswagens, Steve Kalafer reckons he has never seen anything as bad as the German automaker's rigging of emissions tests.