‘Stellantis could have problems because of their CO2 emissions this year’
World’s fourth largest automotive group will be playing catch up with a car market in the process of pivoting towards full electric mobility
It has been over a year since Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot SA (PSA) announced their planned merger. In the interim, the two car manufacturing companies were caught up in a lengthy anti-trust probe by the European Commission, which seemed to be dragging on indefinitely.
Then, in a flurry of activity over the past few weeks, the European Commission cleared the €31 billion merger and shareholders of both companies voted to approve the creation of the...
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The quiet force behind the digital transformation of Irish business
As the pandemic changes how we work, many companies need to transform their approach to digital technology and Expleo’s Phil Codd is on a mission to help them do so
IDA boss says Ireland wants to remain attractive to Big Tech
Martin Shanahan played down the idea that greater regulation could deter tech multinationals from basing themselves here