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  • US auto sales show big gains, except at Volkswagen Thursday, 1 Oct 2015 | 8:25 AM ET

    Ford's U.S. sales grew 23 percent in September, Nissan surged 18 percent and Fiat Chrysler's U.S. sales jumped nearly 14 percent. Sales at General Motors rose 12 percent, while Toyota posted a 16 percent gain. Hyundai's sales were up 14 percent and Honda's rose 13 percent.

  • TOKYO, Oct 1- Japanese stocks rose on Thursday, taking comfort from surveys showing contractions in China's manufacturing activity may have bottomed out and on pockets of strength among Japanese firms despite the crunch felt by weak external demand. Automakers outperformed as China's tax cut on small cars took effect, halving the tax burden on cars with less...

  • ATLANTA, Sept 30- Negotiators trying to clinch a Pacific Rim free trade deal made headway on Wednesday over how to remove a stumbling block and give automakers a freer hand to sell cars in the United States with more parts purchased in Asia. People briefed on the closed-door talks said Canada and Mexico signaled a willingness to open the North American auto...

  • TOKYO, Oct 1- Japanese stocks rose on Thursday morning as gains on Wall Street helped calm nerves, with investors taking a glass half-full view to weak sentiment among major Japanese businesses and falling manufacturing activity in China. "It was a relief to see that the China's PMI was within market consensus," said Isao Kubo, an equity strategist at Nissay Asset...

  • ATLANTA, Sept 30- Negotiators trying to clinch a Pacific Rim free trade deal made progress toward resolving a key issue on Wednesday when Canada and Mexico signaled a willingness to open the North American auto market to more parts made in Asia, people briefed on the closed-door talks said. The stakes are also high for Mexico, which has seen a boom in auto-related...

  • Asian stocks recover from global rout, but post dismal Q3 Wednesday, 30 Sep 2015 | 3:06 AM ET
    A businessman uses his smartphone before a stock price board in Tokyo, Japan.

    Asian stocks largely advanced on Wednesday, recovering from the global sell-off following a modestly positive U.S. lead.

  • *Japan Tobacco dives as deal seen expensive- traders. TOKYO, Sept 30- Japan's Nikkei share average rebounded on Wednesday after tumbling in the previous day, with strength in exporters and financials offsetting weak industrial production and a sharp drop in Japan Tobacco. The Bank Of Japan's tankan survey and Chinese Purchasing Managers' Index are on Thursday,...

  • Crisis stocks – should you catch a crashing car? Tuesday, 29 Sep 2015 | 1:42 AM ET
    A trader at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, Monday June 29,  2015.

    After VW shares plummeted on news of its emissions crisis, are investors catching a falling knife or is buying heavily beaten-down stocks viable?

  • DETROIT— Seven more companies including electric car maker Tesla Motors could be facing recalls because they use air bag inflators made by Takata Corp., according to letters they received last week from U.S. safety regulators. So far about 23.4 million Takata driver and passenger air bag inflators have been recalled on 19.2 million U.S. vehicles sold by 11...

  • Enron's fraudulent accounting practices put the energy company out of business in 2001. More than 5,000 people lost their jobs and more than $2 billion in employee pensions were gone. Two of the security systems company's former executives, CEO Dennis Kozlowski and Chief Financial Officer Mark Swartz, were found guilty in 2005 of giving themselves illegal...

  • New VW chief is 'walking into a firestorm' Friday, 25 Sep 2015 | 5:00 PM ET
    Matthias Mueller addresses a news conference at Volkswagen's headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany, on Sept. 25, 2015.

    VW faces some desperate and immediate challenges.

  • A pedestrian walks past a board showing the numbers on the Nikkei 225 index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo, Japan.

    Asian stocks were mostly lower amid choppy trade on Friday, as uncertainty over the outlook of U.S monetary policy sapped investor confidence.

  • Volkswagen's worst week ever: Winners and losers Friday, 25 Sep 2015 | 1:17 AM ET

    Here are some of the winners and losers of the biggest scandal to hit Volkswagen in its 78-year old history.

  • Sell, sue or sit tight: Options for VW owners Thursday, 24 Sep 2015 | 4:45 PM ET

    Here are some things for VW owners to consider if they're thinking of suing, selling or are unsure of what to do next.

  • Volkswagen to tap Porsche boss for CEO: Sources Thursday, 24 Sep 2015 | 2:52 PM ET
    Rain clouds are seen over a Volkswagen symbol at the main entrance gate at Volkswagen production plant on September 23, 2015 in Wolfsburg, Germany. Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn and other members of the supervisory board are believed to be meeting inside the headquarters to discuss the Volkswagen Diesel emission scandal, which affects 11 million vehicles worldwide.

    Matthias Muller, the current chief of Volkswagen subsidiary Porsche, is expected to be named CEO of Volkswagen, sources told CNBC.

  • Volkswagen loses—here's who could win Thursday, 24 Sep 2015 | 12:45 PM ET

    One analyst says an automaker that competes with Volkswagen may have the right product formula to benefit now.

  • Volkswagen scandal splits Asia's auto stocks Thursday, 24 Sep 2015 | 11:57 AM ET
    A general view of Volkswagen Group's headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany.

    Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal has divided investors on Asia's auto stocks.

  • DETROIT— If you're driving a diesel-powered four-cylinder Volkswagen, you're stuck with a fun-to-drive machine that's belching unhealthy pollutants from its tailpipe. Following disclosures that Volkswagen developed software for its 2- liter diesel engine that could better control pollutants during testing than in real-world driving, there there's a...

  • By Emma Thomasson and Paul Sandle. BERLIN/ LONDON, Sept 24- Motor dealers and consumer groups alike expressed frustration on Thursday at a lack of information from Volkswagen about the implications for customers of a scandal involving diesel cars rigged to pass U.S. emissions. 'said an insider at a major Volkswagen dealership in Britain, who declined to be named.

  • FRANKFURT/ BERLIN, Sept 24- Volkswagen must move quickly to recall and refit car models rigged to pass U.S. emissions tests to limit the long-term impact on its reputation, dealers and consumer protection bodies say. "To regain confidence, Volkswagen needs to indemnify any consumers affected by damage," Klaus Mueller, head of the Federation of German Consumer...