Wednesday trading saw Tesla’s market cap rise to $209 billion, gaining an appreciable lead over rival Toyota and cementing Tesla as the most valuable automaker in the world.
From Porsche to Gillette to Michelin, the companies that maintain consistent profits are those that compete best on pricing – and have a board that knows to drive the topic.
Stepping up the race to create truly autonomous cars, Mercedes-Benz has ended its cooperation with BMW and found a new partner in graphics software company NVIDIA.
Following Nikola’s first week as a publicly traded company, new CEO Mark Russell’s owned stock was catapulted to $1.3 billion.
Herbert Diess was removed from his position after clashing with key stakeholders and directors, for which he has now apologised.
The luxury carmaker will cut the jobs of almost a quarter of its workforce amid an auto industry slowdown.
The CEO of Nissan, Hiroto Saikawa, is stepping down just days after he admitted to being improperly overpaid and potentially abusing internal procedures. Nissan has suffered a scandal over past 12 months with the Japanese car…
Britain doesn’t have a history of fantastic customer service. Compared to the likes of America, our customer service reputation tends to be sorely lacking enthusiasm, helpfulness, and overall tact.