Volkswagen's diesel settlement will fund range of clean air efforts

WASHINGTON German automaker Volkswagen AG will pay as much as $15.3 billion after admitting it cheated on U.S. diesel emissions tests for years, agreeing to buy back vehicles from consumers and provide funding that could benefit makers of cleaner technologies. | Video

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S.Korea issues arrest warrant for VW exec in emissions probe

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Fiat Chrysler accused of concealing defect in Jeep Grand Cherokee

LOS ANGELES Jeep Grand Cherokee owners on Thursday filed suit in California against Fiat Chrysler, accusing the automaker of concealing a shifter design defect linked to driverless rollaway accidents, including this week's death of "Star Trek" actor Anton Yelchin.

Business, Tech 24 Jun 2016

Musk sees $1 trillion Tesla as shares drop over SolarCity deal

Tesla Motors Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Wednesday that the proposed acquisition of his SolarCity could eventually push the electric car maker's valuation to $1 trillion, but investors disagreed.

22 Jun 2016

Exclusive: Jaguar Land Rover could face 1 billion pound Brexit hit - sources

LONDON Jaguar Land Rover, Britain's biggest carmaker, estimates its annual profit could be cut by 1 billion pounds ($1.47 billion) by the end of the decade if Britain leaves the European Union, according to two sources familiar with the company's thinking.

Tech, Business 22 Jun 2016