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Volkswagen leadership crisis escalates – The power struggle at Volkswagen escalated over the weekend, as a rift emerged between the families that control the carmaker and its chief executive signalled that he does not intend to surrender his position.

EU red tape creating energy ‘zombie industry’ – The EU’s dysfunctional political system is turning clean energy companies into a “zombie industry” of the living dead, the head of one of the bloc’s biggest green power groups has warned.

BlaBlaCar buys main European competitor – BlaBlaCar is buying its strongest competitor in Europe as the online ride-sharing company looks to consolidate its position on its home turf while continuing to expand worldwide. The French company announced deals to buy the German group Carpooling.com, its main European rival, as well as Hungary-based AutoHop.

The Times

Driving your new Prius on holiday? Time to meet the mother ship – Within a decade, you could be driving to Dover for the summer getaway in a hybrid car – and when you get there, you could board a plug-in electric ferry. According to ABB, the European engineering giant, hybrid electric vessels are coming on stream and plug-in hybrid technology could begin to rule the waves.

The Independent

A Green revolution: spend more, tax more and drive less – Britain has hit “Peak Car”, with the younger generation preferring to be on public transport using their mobile phones rather than sitting at the driving wheel, the Green party leader, Natalie Bennett, claimed yesterday.

White van man back on the road as new vehicle sales accelerate – More businesses registered new trucks and vans in the last three months than in any quarter for the last 27 years, in a sign that the white van man, much maligned for his unruly driving, is far from dead. Motoring experts hailed the figures as a sign that the UK’s economy was recovering and businesses were more willing to make long-term investments.

The Daily Telegraph

Inflation stays at zero after gas and clothing prices fall – Inflation remained flat at zero in March as a decline in gas and clothing costs was offset by a recovery in petrol prices. The consumer prices index (CPI) measure of inflation stagnated for a second month, keeping the UK rate at its lowest since records began in 1989.

Before you buy that Bentley, better find a good mechanic

They may be the dream cars of many motorists, but Bentleys and Porsches could cause more headaches than any other marque, a study has found. Both carry hefty price tags, but are at the bottom of an annual index ranking cars by reliability.

Business

Google denies ‘abuse’ of global search domination – Google was forced to deny crushing competition from shopping comparison services yesterday as it was charged with “abuse” of its monopoly on web searches. Years of wrangling between the Californian tech giant and European competition officials came to a head as it was issued with formal “statement of objections” by Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner responsible for enforcing anti-trust laws.

 

Posted by Sue Robinson on 17/04/2015