Q2 net profit up a scant 2% compared with a year ago, to $2.9 billion.
The iPhone assembler revealed plans to invest in a $7 billion plant that would employ 5,000 workers in January.
US District Judge refuses to release Oliver Schmidt on bond from a Michigan jail, saying he might flee.
Company said it has neither sought nor received assurances it would not be hit with border taxes when it ships parts to Britain.
Newsmagazine report claims the automakers have colluded for years over diesel technology.
Mill was shutdown July 10 to comply with evacuation orders caused by raging wildfires in the area.
Environmental regulators say some of the vehicles emitted up to 40 times the allowed levels of nitrous oxides.
Taiwanese manufacturer is considering a $7 billion US plant that could employ up to 10,000 people.
Carrier announced in 2016 that it would close the Indianapolis plant and cut 1,400 jobs to save $65 million.
Boston Consulting Group says a 15% border tax would cost US automakers and suppliers $22 billion per year.
Sales up in 16 of 21 industries, representing 71% of the manufacturing sector.
Automaker expects recall to cost $254.21 million.
E-PACE production is expected to begin in Q4.
Navya plans to hire 50 workers and make 25 driverless shuttles at the plant before the end of this year.
Daimler claims it is “behaving in accordance with the law.”