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Fiat Chrysler Loses Sergio Marchionne With Bumpy Road Ahead

Fiat Chrysler Loses Sergio Marchionne With Bumpy Road Ahead

Mike Manley, the head of the Jeep and Ram brands, took over as chief executive of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Saturday. The company’s other brands have not performed as well as those that Mr. Manley led.

PepsiCo Returns to Soda’s Roots With Its SodaStream Deal

PepsiCo Returns to Soda’s Roots With Its SodaStream Deal

Pepsi got its start as a mixable medical remedy, at a time when soda was considered a medicine. The drink was then widely distributed in the 1950s when the vending machine started to take over.

A Public Outcry Against a Wall Street Titan’s Name on a High School

A Public Outcry Against a Wall Street Titan’s Name on a High School

Stephen A. Schwarzman planned to make a $25 million donation to Abington Senior High School in Pennsylvania in return for naming rights, among other conditions.

Volkswagen Suspends Top Lobbyist Amid Inquiry Into Diesel Tests on Monkeys

Volkswagen Suspends Top Lobbyist Amid Inquiry Into Diesel Tests on Monkeys

Thomas Steg, Volkswagen’s chief lobbyist, was suspended on Tuesday amid scrutiny of German carmakers’ financing of diesel-emissions experiments on monkeys.

Massachusetts Gains Foothold in Offshore Wind Power, Long Ignored in U.S.

Massachusetts Gains Foothold in Offshore Wind Power, Long Ignored in U.S.

New Bedford, Mass., hopes to soon be the operations center for the first major offshore wind farm in the United States, now that Massachusetts has awarded a contract for the construction of giant turbines on the ocean floor.

Deutsche Bank’s Problems Threaten a Star Banker

Deutsche Bank’s Problems Threaten a Star Banker

When Deutsche Bank’s shareholders gather for the company’s annual meeting this week, one of the items on the agenda will be a motion to oust Paul Achleitner, the chairman of the bank’s supervisory board.

Tesla Factory Safety Under Scrutiny After Worker Is Injured

Tesla Factory Safety Under Scrutiny After Worker Is Injured

Tesla’s Model 3, which is made at a factory in Fremont, Calif. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health is investigating a worker’s injury there this month.

Trump Voters May Be the Biggest Losers From Trump’s Auto Tariffs

Trump Voters May Be the Biggest Losers From Trump’s Auto Tariffs

A new factory operated by Volvo Cars near Ridgeville, S.C. Carmakers, both foreign and domestic, say President Trump’s proposed tariffs would damage their supply lines, interfere with exports and eventually force them to curtail operations in Republican strongholds.

New Corporate Raider Enters Picture, With Eye on a Sale of Ally

New Corporate Raider Enters Picture, With Eye on a Sale of Ally

Ally Financial’s initial public offering in 2014. The bank’s share price has slumped 31 percent over the past year.

Gretchen Carlson, Miss America 1989, Is Picked to Lead Pageant

Gretchen Carlson, Miss America 1989, Is Picked to Lead Pageant

Gretchen Carlson in 2016. She has been named chairwoman of Miss America’s board of directors.

How Sexism Follows Women From the Cradle to the Workplace

How Sexism Follows Women From the Cradle to the Workplace

Job seekers lining up in Los Angeles earlier this year. New economic research suggests that where a woman is born and where she chooses to live as an adult matter for her work and pay.

How the Government Could Win the AT&T-Time Warner Case

How the Government Could Win the AT&T-Time Warner Case

Looming over a proposed merger with Time Warner are AT&T’s size and influence in cable, wireless and satellite communications. It’s the nation’s largest telecommunications company, the second-largest broadband provider, the second-largest mobile service provider and, with its DirecTV business, the largest pay TV distributor.

Anthony Bourdain, Renegade Chef Who Reported From the World’s Tables, Is Dead at 61

Anthony Bourdain, Renegade Chef Who Reported From the World’s Tables, Is Dead at 61

The former chef turned writer and TV host exposed the underbelly of restaurant culture and took viewers on far-flung culinary adventures with biting wit and a worldly outlook.

Fiat Chrysler C.E.O. Marchionne Is Replaced After Falling Gravely Ill

Fiat Chrysler C.E.O. Marchionne Is Replaced After Falling Gravely Ill

Sergio Marchionne was replaced as chief executive of Fiat Chrysler on Saturday for health reasons. The company said he became gravely ill this month after shoulder surgery.

U.S. Tariffs, Aimed at China and South Korea, to Hit Targets Worldwide

U.S. Tariffs, Aimed at China and South Korea, to Hit Targets Worldwide

A solar panel project, at left, in Wuhan, China. The United States accuses China of swamping the market with cheap, subsidized solar panels. But those panels are increasingly made in other countries.

From Mexico to the U.S., a Nafta Tale of Two Truckers

From Mexico to the U.S., a Nafta Tale of Two Truckers

Carlos Flores, left, can work as a trucker anywhere in the United States, but Raúl Miranda cannot do so beyond a border zone.


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