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The Elderly and Driving: When Is It Time to Hit the Brakes?

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Prince Philip, 97, was involved in a car accident outside London. For families everywhere, the incident raises all-too-familiar questions.

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The Elderly and Driving: When Is It Time to Hit the Brakes?

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Prince Philip, 97, was involved in a car accident outside London. For families everywhere, the incident raises all-too-familiar questions.

The Elderly and Driving: When Is It Time to Hit the Brakes?

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Prince Philip, 97, was involved in a car accident outside London. For families everywhere, the incident raises all-too-familiar questions.

Tesla Will Cut 7% of Work Force to Lower Model 3 Cost

By TIFFANY HSU

The reduction was necessary for the electric-car maker to remain viable, Elon Musk wrote in an email to employees.

Mitsubishi Accuses Carlos Ghosn of Taking a Secret $9 Million Payment

By HIROKO TABUCHI

The carmaker said its former chairman, who is awaiting trial on financial misconduct charges, was paid 7.8 million euros from a joint venture with Nissan.

Huawei Said to Be Under U.S. Investigation in Trade-Secrets Case

By KATIE BENNER, PAUL MOZUR and RAYMOND ZHONG

The inquiry grew out of a 2014 civil suit and appears unrelated to other pressure faced by the Chinese company, two people familiar with the case said.

Huawei Said to Be Under U.S. Investigation in Trade-Secrets Case

By KATIE BENNER, PAUL MOZUR and RAYMOND ZHONG

The inquiry grew out of a 2014 civil suit and appears unrelated to other pressure faced by the Chinese company, two people familiar with the case said.

French Government Calls for Carlos Ghosn to Be Replaced as Renault’s Leader

By LIZ ALDERMAN

If the carmaker ousts Mr. Ghosn, who is jailed in Tokyo on charges of financial impropriety, he would be separated entirely from the auto empire he created.

In Portland, Scooter Start-Ups Played Nice. Regulators Took Note.

By KATE CONGER

Three companies agreed to a pilot program with city. The results showed environmental benefits but left unanswered what tight controls mean for profits.

Carlos Ghosn, Former Nissan Chairman, Is Denied Bail in Japan

By HIROKO TABUCHI

Mr. Ghosn, detained since November on allegations of financial misconduct, now faces months of additional jail time as his case heads to court.

Electric Vehicles Are in the Spotlight at Detroit’s 2019 Auto Show

By NEAL E. BOUDETTE

Automakers are rolling out models meant to widen the appeal of electric cars. But making it easier and faster to charge them is a crucial challenge.

Electric Vehicles Are in the Spotlight at Detroit’s 2019 Auto Show

By NEAL E. BOUDETTE

Automakers are rolling out models meant to widen the appeal of electric cars. But making it easier and faster to charge them is a crucial challenge.

How We Apologize Now

By LINDSEY WEBER

The iPhone app Notes has become the medium of choice for celebrity mea culpas.

Everything You Thought You Knew About Driving on Snow Was Wrong

By CHRISTOPHER JENSEN

The biggest problem is speed, and not knowing it will take much longer to stop, experts say.

Carlos Ghosn Faces New Charges in Japan as Pressure Mounts

By HIROKO TABUCHI and MOTOKO RICH

Prosecutors made fresh accusations on Friday against the former Nissan chairman, setting up a legal battle that could keep him in custody for months.

Ford Plans to Cut Thousands of Jobs Across Europe

By AMIE TSANG

The automaker, which has 68,000 employees in the region, including through joint ventures, is also reviewing its factory operations there.

UPC Switzerland completes mobile network switch to Swisscom

By JΓΆrn Krieger

Switzerland’s largest cable operator UPC has completed the transition of its mobile customers from Salt to Swisscom.

Over the last few days, all of UPC’s mobile customers have been migrated from the Salt mobile network to that of Swisscom, according to the Liberty Global subsidiary.

With the move, announced in January 2018, UPC wants to bring broader coverage and more reliability to its mobile services. Through the combination of its own fibre-optic network with Swisscom’s mobile network, the company is now the only operator in Switzerland able to offer top connectivity speed for both fixed-line and mobile customers across its entire footprint, stresses UPC.

“We are focusing on bringing more value to our residential and business customers,” said Severina Pascu, CEO of UPC. “The new mobile network complements and enhances our propositions by providing our customers the best means to stream and to stay connected in the home and outside the home.”

The switch took place automatically. Customers continue to use the same UPC SIM card and there are no changes to the subscriptions for current mobile customers.

Along with the switch, UPC plans to refresh its mobile portfolio and to offer Switzerland’s most attractive mobile packages. More information on this will follow soon, according to the company.

Notably, despite the collaboration in the mobile network business, UPC and Swisscom remain fierce competitors for triple play customers (TV, internet, fixed-line telephony) on their cable and IPTV networks.

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