- Reuters•33 minutes ago
Volkswagen AG's (VOWG_p.DE) global Audi sales chief said on Wednesday that talks with U.S. authorities over large-engined diesel cars found to have cheated emissions tests are progressing well and a technical and financial settlement could be agreed as soon as October. "(We're) in really good discussions with U.S. authorities," said Dietmar Voggenreiter, head of sales and marketing worldwide at VW premium brand Audi (NSUG.DE), speaking in an interview with Reuters in Hong Kong. VW in June agreed with U.S authorities to pay up to $15.3 billion for car buybacks and fixes to 475,000 2.0-litre VW and Audi diesel vehicles equipped with software that tricks emissions tests.
- Financial Times•13 hours ago
Volkswagen's chief executive has taken aim at conservative forces within the company, saying wide-reaching reforms were necessary after the diesel emissions scandal and that he needed two to three years ...
- Forbes•16 hours ago
Volkswagen’s short but crippling dispute with a small Bosnian supplier is over, but investors worry similar spats might rear up again, posing an existential threat to VW’s future, and other big auto manufacturers, too.
Volkswagen AG (VLKAY)
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