SHANGHAI —Elevator rides are not usually worth documenting. But when you step into the elevator at Shanghai Tower, people often pull out their cameras. As the doors close, a screen at the elevator’s front lights up to show you the car’s location as it rises toward the...
The EU executive arm has slapped a $150 million fine on two Japanese car part producers for running a cartel to fix prices for alternators and starters for over half a decade. Three firms ran the cartel, Mitsubishi Electric (Melco), Hitachi and Denso, but Denso was...
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