Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne still wants to merge with General Motors. He said it does not have to happen within his tenure.
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General Motors is reportedly actually paying PSA Group to buy its Opel and Vauxhall brands. PSA Group agreed to pay about $2.33 billion for the European units.
PSA Group will be the second largest carmaker in Europe if the deal pushes through. General Motors, meanwhile, will no longer have presence in the continent.
Lyft is styling itself as a kinder alternative to top ride-sharing company Uber as it is about launch a new program which will allow riders to donate to charity.
It earned more than a whopping $600 million worldwide.
Twitter is considering a paid subscription for brands and professionals. Find out what the site's premium version will offer to its users.
Canadian teacher Maggie MacDonnell won the Global Teacher Prize for her work with Inuit students and for enriching the lives of the people in the remote village of Salluit in the Canadian Arctic.
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