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The board of Renault is meeting to settle ex-chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn's final paycheck and wrap up its investigation into possible financial wrongdoing under his leadership
Machine learning company DataProphet uses artificial intelligence to help improve manufacturing processes.
Because proteas can be dried, they work for every season.
When Sasol’s Lake Charles Chemical Project in the US comes online in 2018, it is expected to boost the profit contribution of the chemicals business unit by more than 50%, and free up capital for shareholder returns, says Sasol.
ArcelorMittal South Africa says its CEO Wim de Klerk will retire at the end of January 2018, and it will start a process to find his successor.
Uber announced it had taken action to repair faulty cars in Singapore after a report said the ride-hailing giant rented them out to drivers despite being aware of a recall and after one caught fire.
Renewal of agreement with De Beers could see the country bring home more of the diamond trade
Cartels only work when their members stick together - but precious little unity is likely to be on show among Opec producers at a key meeting in Algiers on Wednesday.
General Motors can't use its 2009 bankruptcy to fend off lawsuits over faulty and dangerous ignition switches.
Toyota has invested R6.1-billion in its Durban factory for the local production of its Hilux and Fortuner models.
But finding funding could be difficult.
The music industry can take its toll even on some of the best artists, with Riky Rick the prime example.
South Africa’s new vehicle industry has grown for the sixth consecutive month, despite economic challenges - 49 651 vehicles were sold in November.
Sasol has taken hard decisions in its preparation to implement a new strategy for 2018 and beyond. It includes a review of its assets and more disciplined capital allocation for certain projects.
Indian carmaker Tata Motors on Wednesday reported a 42 percent rise in quarterly profits, buoyed by a one-time gain from changes it made to pension plans at British unit Jaguar Land Rover.
Ford says it will cut only 1400 white collar jobs in North America, Asia to boost profits.
'There have been instances where workers have stolen or exchanged parts in workshops,' says the Motor Industry Workshop Association. Have you been a victim of car-part switching?
Tesla says upgrades to for semi-autonomous autopilot system will soon be available.
Small SUVs perform poorly in new headlight tests by the insurance industry, reports the US Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
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