Amtek Auto Ltd., a cash-strapped Indian supplier of car components, swung to a loss for the year ended September.
Hyundai Motor Co. workers re-elected a labor leader who was in power almost a decade ago during one of the worst years of industrial strife at South Korea’s largest automaker, setting the stage for final wage talks next month.
Jalopnik.com Editor-in-Chief Matt Hardigree discusses VW's cost-cutting efforts. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Volkswagen AG has identified about 1.9 billion euros ($2 billion) in savings at its namesake car brand to help offset fines and recalls stemming from the manipulation of vehicle emissions.
In today's "Brandstanding" segment, Simon Sproule, director of global marketing communications at Aston Martin Lagonda, discusses the Aston Martin brand, the "Bond effect," and how they market to a younger generation. He speaks to Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
On "Charlie Rose," a conversation about the broadway musical "An American in Paris." The Wall Street Journal calls it “An old-fashioned, big-hearted spare-no-expense Broadway romance.” We are joined by New York City Ballet principal dancer, Robert Fairchild, and First Artist for The Royal Ballet, Leanne Cope. Also joining us are stars Max von Essen, who plays Henri, and Jill Paice who plays Milo. (Source: Bloomberg)
Reviled during Ireland’s financial crisis, banking is back in vogue for the country’s young and ambitious.
Jacob J. Lew, the secretary of the Treasury, sought to underscore the administration's opposition to any meaningful concessions on Dodd-Frank. Bloomberg View's Paul Dwyer weighs in on "Bloomberg Markets." Her opinions are her own. (Source: Bloomberg)
Daniel Yergin, vice chairman at IHS, talks with Erik Schatzker about how oil prices factor into U.S. oil producers' ability to maintain production levels amid declining rig counts and looks ahead to oil prices through 2016. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
There's one thing Republicans and Democrats vying for their parties' nomination for president in 2016 seem to agree on, the evil of Wall Street. Bloomberg View columnist Al Hunt and David Barse, chief executive officer at Third Avenue Management, examine the rhetoric on both sides of the aisle on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Hunt is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.) (Source: Bloomberg)
Dana Gas PJSC said a court has ordered the Kurdistan Regional Government to pay it and two other energy companies $1.98 billion in a dispute over development rights for two oil and natural gas fields in Iraq’s self-governing Kurdish region.
Stocks in Abu Dhabi led most Middle East markets lower, even as Dana Gas PJSC, an energy explorer based in the United Arab Emirates, soared after winning a court order over unpaid debts. Shares in Saudi Arabia and Egypt rose.
More than 140 world leaders including U.S. President Barack Obama and Xi Jinping of China are gathering in Paris for France’s biggest diplomatic event since 1948, striving to reach the first truly global deal to curb greenhouse gases.
Here are highlights of the top news stories from around the world on Saturday:
Gazprom PJSC is seeking a make-or-break meeting with the European Union’s antitrust chief next month in attempt to settle a case against the Russian state-run company, which supplies about 30 percent of Europe’s natural gas.
Explore the world of London’s property market, using data from the U.K. Land Registry
John Zuccotti, a former New York City deputy mayor and chairman of global operations for Brookfield Asset Management Inc. who oversaw landmark Manhattan properties including the World Financial Center, has died. He was 78.
An arm of Nicholas Schorsch’s investment empire pressured employees into rigging shareholder proxy votes, Massachusetts’ securities regulator alleged in a complaint filed Thursday.
Deutsche Bank AG sold a property in central Frankfurt that’s set to become the German city’s biggest construction site to a local developer.
Commodities trader Michael Coscia was found guilty in a major victory for the government in its first test of a criminal spoofing law at trial.
A blend of diced celery and onions used to make Costco Wholesale Corp. rotisserie chicken salad is the likely cause of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened at least 19 people in seven states, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The marriage of two of the biggest U.S. drugmakers is not without consequences for the rest of the health-care supply chain, particularly for the firms that handle their outsourced research and development work.
Canadian stocks fell, capping a weekly loss, as raw-materials producers retreated with gold prices tumbling to a five-year low amid increasing bets the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next month.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index closed little changed for a fourth straight day amid declines in energy and Walt Disney Co. shares, while a gauge of small-cap stocks posted its longest winning streak in eight months.
Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, the brewer that is buying SABMiller Plc in the industry’s biggest takeover, will probably replace Nestle SA as investors’ main European consumer staples holding given stronger growth prospects, analysts at Exane BNP Paribas said.