News: Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMWG_p.DE)

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Volvo to launch online car sales in marketing shift

PARIS - Volvo Car Corp said it will start selling vehicles online as it rolls out new models to compete with German luxury rivals such as BMW .

Volvo to launch online car sales in marketing shift

PARIS, Dec 15 - Volvo Car Corp said it will start selling vehicles online as it rolls out new models to compete with German luxury rivals such as BMW.

Mercedes must boost China volume to snatch luxury sales crown: executive

STUTTGART, Germany - Daimler's Mercedes-Benz needs to catch up with German rivals BMW and Audi in China to meet its goal of becoming the world's largest maker of luxury cars by 2020, a company executive said on Wednesday.

Mercedes must boost China volume to snatch luxury sales crown -exec

STUTTGART, Germany, Dec 10 - Daimler's Mercedes-Benz needs to catch up with German rivals BMW and Audi in China to meet its goal of becoming the world's largest maker of luxury cars by 2020, a company executive said on Wednesday.

BMW outsells Audi and Mercedes but lead narrows

BERLIN - Carmaker BMW has racked up its highest-ever November sales, beating Audi and Mercedes-Benz, but the two German rivals remain on course to narrow BMW's lead in the global luxury car market.

UPDATE 1-BMW outsells Audi and Mercedes but lead narrows

* German premium brands close ranks (Releads on peer comparison, adds Audi and Mercedes sales, analyst comment)

Greece lags steady European shares on election worries

LONDON, Dec 10 - European equity indexes staged a modest rebound on Wednesday, led by German stocks after a strong update from BMW, although worries about Greece capped sentiment.

RPT-BMW Group November deliveries rise 7.6 percent on China demand

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German carmakers unveil surprise changes to top management

BERLIN/FRANKFURT - German carmaker BMW and larger rival Volkswagen announced surprise changes to top management on Tuesday, with the veteran CEO of the Munich-based luxury group stepping down a year early and handing the reins to the firm's younger production chief.

UPDATE 3-German carmakers unveil surprise changes to top management

* Other top BMW executive Diess bolts to Volkswagen (Adds background on next CEO and detail on BMW/VW strategy)

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