European stocks finished higher on Friday, after global stocks and oil prices rose following dovish minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve, easing investor interest rate fears.» Read More
European shares closed lower on Thursday with investors reacting to quarterly earnings and some disappointing data from the euro zone.
European shares closed lower on Thursday, as investors shunned riskier assets due to a resurgence in concerns about Russia and sanctioning.
Volkswagen will spend $900 million to build a mid-sized SUV at its U.S. plant in Tennessee.
The rich are buying expensive cars at a record pace, and one manufacturer has limited production to maintain exclusivity. NBC News reports.
Infosys beat estimates with a 21.6 percent rise in quarterly net profit and retained sales growth outlook on demand for outsourcing services.
Investors interested in emerging Europe might consider small-but-vibrant Slovakia, the first ex-Soviet satellite state to join the euro zone.
European markets ended the day higher, after the ECB held fire and the widely-watched U.S. non-farm payrolls came in stronger than expected.
Volkswagen denied planning a bid for U.S. truck maker Paccar after comments from a Daimler executive saying he had heard of a plan.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
In a country where owning a car has long been a symbol of luxury and success, around 85 percent of Chinese car buyers still buy cars with cash.
Audi has drawn up blueprints for a wider range of high-performance electric cars to help it take on rivals, according to sources at the carmaker.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday after the release of business activity data for the euro zone showed a small downtick for last month.
States are passing laws allowing driverless cars, but they are finding it's not easy.
The group says all eight automakers reduced pollution for the first time.
Unassuming and media-shy, Jay Y. Lee is the unofficial heir-apparent to lead Samsung as the world's biggest tech group by sales approaches a crossroads.
The U.S. auto industry in April rebounded sharply from a bitter and extended winter, with car sales rising 8 percent from the previous year.
German car maker Volkswagen's business is falling short of expectations in Russia, its CEO told CNBC at the Auto China show on Sunday.
Ford says the key to its success in the market has been its wide range of product offerings that allow it to effectively target first-time buyers.
As the Beijing Auto Show kicks off on Monday, Martin Winterkorn, Chairman and CEO at Volkswagen, says plug-in hybrids will dominate its lineup in China for alternative energy cars.
Toyota Motor aims to double auto sales in China to around 2 million vehicles a year in the future, a senior executive said on Sunday.