European Union investigators are starting a weeklong visit to Poland after reports that sick cows were illegally slaughtered and thousands of kilograms (pounds) of the meat were exported to more than a dozen countries.
Nissan announced Sunday it has cancelled plans to make its X-Trail SUV in the UK — a sharp blow to British Prime Minister Theresa May, who fought to have the model built in northern England as she sought to shore up confidence in the British economy after it leaves the European Union.
Thousands of jobs at auto parts suppliers in North America are at stake because of General Motors’ plan to close five of its plants in the coming months.
Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co. has reported a 71 percent decline in fiscal third quarter profit as growing incentives, an unfavorable exchange rate and flat vehicle sales offset gains from cost cuts.
As a wave of bankruptcies hits the retail sector, workers want to know why their bosses are coming out ahead.
Carmaker taciturn on reports about Sunderland plant, as fears grow over Brexit impact
The UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index survey said there was a ‘clear risk’ of UK manufacturing going into recession.
US employers ignored government shutdown in January, ramped up hiring.
Amazon has forecast lower-than-expected sales for the first three months of the year sparking investor fears over slowing growth.
TSB’s computer meltdown pushed the bank into a £105.4m loss last year, from a £162.7m profit in 2017.