British audio company Bowers & Wilkins, famous for its premium speakers, has been sold to Eva Automation – a Silicon Valley startup company which has only existed since 2014.
Australian consumer watchdog, the ACCC, has approved the Australian component of the gargantuan US$106bn (£73bn) Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) takeover of SABMiller.
California Governor, Jerry Brown, yesterday signed a bill to raise the sales age of all nicotine and tobacco products sold in the state to 21 years old.
Factory-Relay sotware by C-Labs has been selected to integrate into products from automation firms Axoom and Nebbiolo Technologies.
Current, a startup of sorts created by GE around six months ago, has announced the acquisition of Daintree Networks, an Australian-based Industrial Internet provider of building controls systems for commercial facilities, for US$100m (£69m).
Canon Europe has today announced a new strategic partnership with Materialise NV, a leading provider of additive manufacturing software and 3D printing services.
Ford produces about 20 million pounds (9 million kg) of aluminum stamping scrap per month, which is recycled as a part of the company's closed loop recycling system and goes on to provide parts for the F-150.
Ford is developing a long range electric vehicle that is set to take on the models already developed by the likes of Chevrolet and Tesla.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has admitted to intentionally lying about fuel economy data for four of its models dating back to 1991.
Nissan has launched a brand new expert Advisory Board focused on furthering intelligent mobility beyond the automotive community in Europe.