Rembrandts help refine the art of the saleMon, 30, May 2016
Robert Hoehn is a 21st century American car dealer who became obsessed with collecting prints made by a 17th century Dutch master who conjured dark, magical images using copper plates, acid, an etching tool and a press.
Bo Andersson, out of the shadowsMon, 23, May 2016
In a tucked-away corner of an empty restaurant, the familiar face emerges from the shadows, slipping into the room like a character from a John le Carré Russian spy novel. It's Bo Andersson. Yes, that Bo Andersson.
No amour between Ghosn, French governmentMon, 09, May 2016
Carols Ghoshn, CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, had a pretty decent year running Renault. His end-of-year compensation package of $8.3 million came with hearty thanks from the Renault board - but not from its biggest shareholder, the French government.
The 'junk bond king' held court at 4 a.m.Mon, 02, May 2016
Former Ford and Chrysler public relations chief Jason Vines is out with a new book - this one co-authored by former American Motors CEO Joe Cappy. The Last American CEO describes Chrysler's acquisition of AMC from Renault in 1987 - a momentous deal largely because then-Chrysler CEO Lee Iacocca got his hands on Jeep.
From guy off the street to executive VPMon, 02, May 2016
Pettercq Witt, who was named executive vice president, operations, for BMW of North America last week, used a variety of gimmicks to get hired in the first place.
How Audi will move forward from scandalMon, 02, May 2016
In an interview, Stefan Knirsch, Audi's head of development, discusses the changes Audi has made in the aftermath of Volkswagen Group's diesel emissions-cheating scandal and his views on the future of diesels, e-motors and autonomous cars.