The Aston Martin 2016 DB9 GT isn’t all that different from its predecessor except for some very key improvements. Bloomberg Pursuits’ Hannah Elliott has a look at this new $200,000 car. (video by Adam Wolffbrandt) (Source: Bloomberg)
Volkswagen AG’s Bugatti has received more than 100 orders for the new Chiron supercar, which the brand vows will be the fastest and most luxurious sports car in the world.
Volkswagen AG submitted fixes for all three of its dirty diesel motors in Germany, a proposal that, if approved, would provide a template for the 8.5 million cars affected by the company’s cheating on emissions in Europe.
Tourists know Flevoland in the Netherlands for its flat fields and dikes. Petrolheads, meanwhile, know it for a small business that employs 30 people. Donkervoort Automobielen produces 40 high-powered race-bred sports cars a year that boast top speeds of up to 168mph (270kmh). With a starting price tag of 153,000 euros ($162,000), the hand-built luxury D8 GTO was developed over two and a half years. It’s even cemented a long-term guest appearance in Microsoft’s Xbox 'Forza' video games. The real-life two-seat auto eschews modern driving aids such anti-lock braking and power steering. This helps deliver an impressive power-to-weight ratio – a favorite specification for those with a need for speed. Say hello to one of the fastest street-legal cars in existence. Photographs by Jasper Juinen for Bloomberg
Automakers, already poised to break U.S. sales records for both November and the year in a strengthening economy, are leaving nothing to chance: They’re boosting rebates and other deals in an effort to swipe market share from rivals.
The offshore yuan rebounded from early losses on suspected intervention by the central bank as the IMF prepared to vote on whether to add China’s currency to its reserves basket.
If the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries keeps its policy of favoring market share over prices when it meets Dec. 4, most members will probably find themselves unable to balance their budgets.
Lost in the debate over the U.S. Treasury market’s resilience as the Federal Reserve starts to raise interest rates is one simple fact: supply is falling -- and fast.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde and some two dozen officials on the fund’s executive board will gather Monday at headquarters in Washington for one of the most-anticipated decisions outside of actually approving loans for nations in crisis.
On "Charlie Rose," a conversation about the broadway musical "An American in Paris." The Wall Street Journal calls it “An old-fashioned, big-hearted spare-no-expense Broadway romance.” We are joined by New York City Ballet principal dancer, Robert Fairchild, and First Artist for The Royal Ballet, Leanne Cope. Also joining us are stars Max von Essen, who plays Henri, and Jill Paice who plays Milo. (Source: Bloomberg)
President Barack Obama told world leaders that the climate talks that opened Monday in Paris mark a turning point for collective action on global warming and stand as a rejection of the terrorists who struck the French capital a little more than two weeks ago.
On "Morning Must Read," Tom Keene recaps the op-ed pieces and analyst notes that provide insight into today's headlines. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
Julian Chillingworth, chief investment officer at Rathbone, discusses the bonus pool policy for various banks. He speaks with Jonathan Ferro on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Iain Reid, head of European oil & gas research at Macquarie, and Julian Chillingworth, chief investment officer at Rathbone, discuss the outlook for oil and talks on climate change. They speak with Jonathan Ferro on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Kazakhstan will privatize all state-run companies and boost investments by $10 billion a year as central Asia’s biggest oil exporter looks for ways to replace revenue lost to tumbling energy prices, President Nursultan Nazarbayev said.
Explore the world of London’s property market, using data from the U.K. Land Registry
John Zuccotti, a former New York City deputy mayor and chairman of global operations for Brookfield Asset Management Inc. who oversaw landmark Manhattan properties including the World Financial Center, has died. He was 78.
An arm of Nicholas Schorsch’s investment empire pressured employees into rigging shareholder proxy votes, Massachusetts’ securities regulator alleged in a complaint filed Thursday.
Deutsche Bank AG sold a property in central Frankfurt that’s set to become the German city’s biggest construction site to a local developer.
Commodities trader Michael Coscia was found guilty in a major victory for the government in its first test of a criminal spoofing law at trial.
Pfizer Inc. agreed to buy a 3 percent stake in Sosei Group Corp. and enter into a drug-discovery collaboration with the Japanese company’s U.K. unit to develop new medicines aimed at a handful of biological targets that may play a role in multiple diseases.
Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. is forming a partnership with Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. to sell generic drugs and certain off-patent medicines in Japan, seeking to expand jointly in the Asian country as the government pushes for use of more affordable treatments.
China’s iKang Healthcare Group Inc. received a preliminary $1.5 billion acquisition offer from an investor group that includes its main rival, setting the stage for a face-off with the company’s chairman who earlier this year made a bid to take the health-care service provider private.
Back in 2009, China was a reluctant partner during major climate negotiations in Copenhagen that eventually collapsed amid recriminations between rich and poor nations. This time around the world’s biggest polluter is regarded as a driving force behind what could be a comprehensive deal at a world climate summit in Paris.
Foreigners who helped to fuel a three-year rally in Japanese stocks by investing in the most well-known companies are now looking off the beaten path for opportunities in the world’s third-biggest equity market, according to Nomura Holdings Inc.