Reuters • 11 hours ago
Volkswagen AG's (VOWG_p.DE) $14.7 billion settlement of its U.S. diesel emissions cheating scandal cleared another legal hurdle on Tuesday, as a federal judge gave the automaker preliminary approval to buy back up to 475,000 vehicles. U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer in San Francisco set an Oct. 18 hearing for final approval. Preliminary approval means Volkswagen will soon enable owners of the 2.0 liter diesel-powered vehicles to access a website to learn how much they are eligible to receive.
The Wall Street Journal • 14 hours ago
A federal judge granted preliminary approval to Volkswagen’s $14.7 billion settlement with U.S. drivers of diesel-powered vehicles, clearing the way for the company to put the plan into action and put ...
Associated Press • 15 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A nearly $15 billion settlement over Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal cleared a key hurdle Tuesday, with a federal judge giving preliminary approval to the deal that includes an option for owners to have the carmaker buy back their vehicles.
Bloomberg • 17 hours ago
Volkswagen AG’s settlements to get 482,000 emissions-cheating diesel cars off U.S. roads won a preliminary go-ahead from a federal judge, clearing a path for Germany’s largest automaker around the biggest ...
Associated Press • 17 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Judge gives preliminary approval to $15 billion settlement in Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal.
Reuters • 17 hours ago
Volkswagen's sportscar unit Porsche will skip the Detroit auto show next year, the company said in Tuesday. Porsche would focus on trade shows in New York and its most important U.S. market for sportscars ...
Reuters • 19 hours ago
Prosecutors in the German city of Braunschweig said they had widened their probe into diesel emissions cheating, with 21 current and former Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) staff under investigation. As part of the probe, offices and private residences in the German state of Lower Saxony were searched, prosecutor Klaus Ziehe said on Tuesday. In March, prosecutors in Braunschweig said 17 current and former VW staff were being investigated.
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