Volkswagen will pay $1.21 billion to settle U.S. dealer claims

WASHINGTON Volkswagen AG confirmed late Friday it will make $1.21 billion in payments to 652 U.S. brand dealers as part of its $16.5 billion diesel emissions settlement to date.

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Syrian government launches Aleppo ground attack

BEIRUT Syrian government forces and their allies attacked the opposition-held sector of Aleppo on several fronts on Tuesday, the biggest ground assault yet in a massive new campaign that has destroyed a U.S.-backed ceasefire. | Video

Top News, World, Syria 28 Sep 2016

BMW joins Andretti in Formula E, considering works team

LONDON BMW will work with the U.S.-based Andretti Formula E team this season before a possible factory involvement in the electric series from 2018, the German manufacturer said on Tuesday.

27 Sep 2016

Volkswagen faces bumpy road in challenge to "micro-union"

Volkswagen has joined other large companies and a chorus of business groups and Republican lawmakers in challenging a union strategy of organizing splinter groups of workers, but experts say recent court decisions approving the tactic suggest it is here to stay.

26 Sep 2016

Malaysia's Proton partner search flushes out 3 carmakers with eye on ailing firm-sources

KUALA LUMPUR At least three firms including Peugeot maker PSA have signaled interest in a deal with ailing Malaysian carmaker Proton, people familiar with the matter said, as the faded brand's owner seeks to sell a stake in a company once seen as a symbol of the country's drive to industrialize.

23 Sep 2016