Mahindra & Mahindra, an Indian auto and tractor maker, plans to build rugged off-road vehicles at a small factory north of Detroit, a potential step toward the company’s bigger goal of selling cars in the U.S.
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Beyond the U.S. investigations into possible Russian collusion with the Trump campaign, there are broader threats to democracy around the globe, Gerald F. Seib writes.
Germany’s inability to agree upon a governing coalition shows how the growing fragmentation of Europe’s political landscapes has reached the EU’s most important member, casting doubt on Berlin’s ability to shape change on the Continent.
A Glencore copper operation in the Democratic Republic of Congo faces scrutiny from Canadian regulators over financial statements and disclosures related to international bribery and anticorruption laws, the company said.
The Iraqi army and U.S. military retook Rawa, Iraq last week, marking the end of ISIS as a force that could take and hold territory in Iraq and Syria. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains why ISIS still remains a lingering threat in the Middle East. Photo: AP
The sellers are Don Peebles and his wife Katrina; Mr. Peebles’s firm has a multi-billion-dollar portfolio of condo projects, hotels and office properties.
The Kenyan Supreme Court upheld Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory in a controversial presidential election, as riot police fought deadly battles with angered opposition supporters in Nairobi and Western Kenya.
Allegations of sexual misconduct by lawmakers in at least a dozen states have prompted investigations, some changes in reporting and investigation protocols, and partial suspensions of several state legislators.
Germany is facing several scenarios going forward after talks to form a ruling coalition collapsed. Here are five possible avenues, from realistic to outlandish.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was scrambling to address the biggest political threat to her leadership in 12 years in office, after the collapse of talks to form a new government raised doubts about the stability of Europe’s largest economy and a push for an ambitious eurozone overhaul.
Volvo said it has agreed to supply Uber Technologies with a fleet of 24,000 self-driving taxis beginning in 2019—one of the first and biggest commercial orders for such vehicles.
Political upheaval in Saudi Arabia has sent shares, currencies and bonds in the Middle East lower—but not in the kingdom itself.
Altice promised to pare its mountain of debt by selling noncore assets rather than by issuing new equity, reassuring jittery investors who have sent the telecommunications company’s shares into a tailspin recently.
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China’s hottest liquor company is getting too fiery for authorities in Beijing.
Nebraska officials are set to decide whether to green-light the Keystone XL pipeline, the last major regulatory approval standing in the way of the long-delayed project.