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Sanjana Shivdas

Hyundai hires former Ghosn ally Munoz as global COO, Americas head

Apr 18 2019

SEOUL Hyundai Motor Co has appointed Jose Munoz as global chief operating officer and Americas chief, tapping a man formerly considered an ally and potential successor of Nissan Motor Co Ltd's ousted Chairman Carlos Ghosn.

PSA chief says not focused on new partnership with Fiat Chrysler

Apr 03 2019

CHENNAI French carmaker PSA Group is not focused on negotiating a new partnership with Fiat Chrysler, Chief Executive Officer Carlos Tavares said on Wednesday.

U.S. March and quarter one auto sales drop in weak start to 2019

Apr 02 2019

Major automakers on Tuesday reported weak U.S. sales for March and the first quarter, citing a rough start to the year, but said a robust economy and strong labor market should encourage consumers to buy more vehicles as 2019 rolls on.

Homebuilder Lennar sees better housing market as mortgage rates ease

Mar 28 2019

(The march 27 story corrects company name in paragraphs 13, 16, and 18.)

Southwest trims first-quarter outlook after 737 MAX groundings

Mar 27 2019

Southwest Airlines Co on Wednesday was the first major U.S. airline to formally cut its financial outlook for the year after being forced to pull its new fleet of 34 Boeing 737 MAX planes out of service.

General Electric CEO sets low 2019 profit targets, vows better from 2020

Mar 14 2019

General Electric Co Chief Executive Larry Culp on Thursday set conservative profit targets for this year and staked his reputation on hitting them and doing better in 2020 and beyond, igniting a rally in the stock.

Kayak soothes nervous Boeing flyers with airplane search filter

Mar 13 2019

BENGALURU/OSLO Travel website Kayak is making changes to let customers exclude specific aircraft types from searches, and booking sites are looking to reroute passengers, after an unexplained Boeing jet crash that killed 157 people in Ethiopia.

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