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March 2019 articles

British engineering firm Smiths Group will spin off its struggling medical business and list it separately on the London Stock [...]

22 March

Boeing will reportedly install extra safety alarms in the cockpits of all its 737 Max planes after the model suffered its second [...]

21 March

Rolls-Royce chief executive Warren East is to step down from the board of Dyson, where he has served as a non-executive director [...]

21 March

Ford has appointed the former CFO of social media giant Snap as its new finance boss, as part of a leadership overhaul. [...]

21 March

Renishaw saw shares plummet this morning as it issued a profit warning, blaming weak demand in Asia. [...]

21 March

Construction firm Wates Group’s profits rose slightly last year as it battled against a downturn in work caused by Brexit. [...]

21 March

Toyota has given Britain’s car manufacturing industry a much-needed boost today, announcing it will produce a new model for [...]

20 March

BMW has alerted investors to a more than 10 per cent expected loss in group pre-tax profit for 2019, as the car manufacturer [...]

20 March

Britain’s largest private company, Ineos, has splashed out $700m (£528m) to buy a US chemicals producer, making it the second [...]

19 March

Hyundai has today moved up a gear in the global race to manufacture driverless cars, as it teams up with Russian tech giant Yandex. [...]

19 March

An Interserve subsidiary has won a $100m (£76m) contract to carry out maintenance on oil and gas sites in Abu Dhabi, days after [...]

18 March

Car maker BMW has been tasked with supplying the engines for an upcoming rival to the Land Rover Defender built by chemicals [...]

18 March

Government supplier Interserve has today embarked on a new chapter as a private company, after its shares were removed from the [...]

18 March

Volkswagen perpetrated a “massive fraud” on US investors over its diesel emissions scandal, according to a major regulatory [...]

15 March

Interserve, one of the government’s biggest providers of public services, faces the possibility of going into administration [...]

14 March