Automotive

Uber resumes charging drivers commission in Delhi

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Fees are back six months after being called off due to 'regulatory ambiguity'.

Uber suspends service in France

by AFP
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Group suspends low-cost service six months after state ban, following arrests.

Tesla Motors deliveries surge in Q2

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Electric car maker sees deliveries of flagship Model S sedan lift 52 per cent on the year.

Fuel companies plot station expansion

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Decline in service stations since 1970s set to reverse; IPO on horizon.

Carsales.com sues rival

by AAP
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Carsales.com sues carsguide.com.au for allegedly making false claims about its practices.

Fuel excise bill passes lower house

by AAP
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Bill restoring indexation of fuel excise clears house with Labor's support.

Toyota Australia swings to profit

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Car manufacturer sees strong sales in FY15, recovering from prior loss of nearly half a billion dollars.

New car sales slip in May

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Official ABS data shows new motor vehicle sales decline 1.3 per cent in May.

Quadrant in exit lane

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Quadrant Private Equity steers clear of $218m Burson entitlement offer.

Metcash sells auto unit to Burson

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Grocery group to sell automotive business for $275m; warns on difficult fiscal 2016.

Uber plans $1.4bn Chinese investment: report

by AFP
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Company email outlines plans for more than $US1bn investment in 2015 alone.

Metcash mulls automotive options

Metcash may accelerate plans to sell its automotive unit as questions raised over intentions for proceeds.

Rolls-Royce spins the wheels of fortune

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Luxury carmarker Rolls-Royce is pulling out all the stops in an attempt to satisfy the shifting tastes of the uber-wealthy.

Metcash shares dive on dividend plan

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Group flags $640m impairment, halts dividends in bid to shore up balance sheet.

The disruptive power of batteries

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The rapid development of battery technology is set to change the world.

Italian court bans Uber app

by AFP
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Judge says UberPOP benefiting from unfair competition, gives device 15 days to shut down.

First forced redundancies leave Holden

by AAP
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Around 80 workers at Adelaide plant forced to take redundancy packages.

Close to 500,000 cars recalled in Aust

by AAP
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Recent recalls from Toyota, Nissan, BMW, Mercedes-Benz affect 470,000 vehicles to date.

First Holden workers set to depart

by AAP
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First assembly line workers forced to take redundancies from Holden to leave Adelaide plant.

Autonomous car ready by 2020: Nissan

by AP
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Japanese auto giant says regulators are still way behind the technology.

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