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The auto giant foresees a time when people will summon a self-driving car--owned, perhaps, by GM--instead of buying and maintaining their own vehicles.
Global consumer lender Home Credit Group has appointed Citigroup, HSBC Holdings and Morgan Stanley to lead its upcoming Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO) of at least $1 billion, three people with direct knowledge of the matter said. One person said Home Credit plans to file with the Hong Kong stock exchange as early as next month and list in September or October. Home Credit, Citi, HSBC and Morgan Stanley declined to comment.
General Motors Co faces pushback over its request that U.S. regulators waive some automobile safety standards to make it possible to deploy a ride-sharing fleet of driverless cars without steering wheels or other human controls. GM first made the request for a two-year temporary waiver on features like mirrors, dashboard warning lights and turn signals designed for a human driver in a petition filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in January 2018. The largest U.S. automaker said it hoped to deploy no more than 2,500 modified Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles as part of a controlled on-demand ride-sharing fleet, likely to be based in San Francisco, by the end of 2019.
A U.S. judge on Wednesday appointed prominent attorney Kenneth Feinberg as mediator for court-mandated settlement talks in the federal litigation over allegations that Bayer AG's glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer caused cancer. Feinberg has been instructed to meet with lawyers for Bayer and plaintiffs within the next 14 days, U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco said during a court hearing on Wednesday. Chhabria, who oversees some 900 federal Roundup lawsuits, on April 11 ordered the parties to start confidential mediation.
Anheuser-Busch InBev stock was climbing, helped by a bullish note from Guggenheim that sees better days ahead for the beer maker’s U.S. business.
Rather, they want to persuade competition authorities to enforce the laws already on the books more assertively. of the Federal Trade Commission which had challenged Qualcomm’s licensing rates as anti-competitive. The federal court ordered dramatic remedies that could upend Qualcomm’s business model. Reports also suggested that the Department of Justice was likely to seek to block the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile on the grounds that it would reduce the mobile phone market’s competitiveness.
Coca-Cola Brings Back New Coke for Stranger ThingsNew Coke is backCoca-Cola (KO) will offer a limited edition of its of New Coke cans beginning May 23 as part of its partnership with Netflix’s (NFLX) show Stranger Things. Season 3 of Stranger
As the highly anticipated merger between T-Mobile and Sprint hits regulatory snags, options traders are hedging their bets.
Maven, General Motors' car-sharing service, is being shut down in about half of the 17 North American markets it operates. The company wouldn't say Tuesday where Maven will continue to operate, but it confirmed that it's pulling out of New York and Chicago. GM said in a prepared statement that it's not scrapping Maven, but rather concentrating on markets where it has the strongest demand and growth potential.
NEW YORK (AP) — Coca-Cola drinkers will get a chance to relive one of the company's darker chapters as New Coke makes a comeback under a partnership with the Netflix drama "Stranger Things," the companies announced Tuesday.
The restructured FCC under Trump's presidency has given enough indications of its leniency compared with the Obama administration.