German prosecutors review stolen Bosch data for VW diesel scandal cluesProsecutors in Stuttgart, Germany, are examining stolen Bosch data to see whether it contains clues about how Volkswagen cheated diesel emissions tests.
VW and U.S. dealers reach compensation pactUPDATED: 8/25/16 2:46 pm ET - adds details Volkswagen and its U.S. dealers have reached an "agreement in principle" to compensate its 650 U.S. retailers for damages sustained by their businesses in the wake of the automaker's diesel emissions scandal. The deal is worth about $1.2 billion, Reuters reported.
France denies it omitted elements in Renault emissions reportUPDATED: 8/25/16 4:00 am ET - adds report, background France's Environment Ministry denied it had omitted key elements concerning some Renault cars in a report on vehicle pollution it commissioned following the Volkswagen emissions scandal last year.
Ford to recall 114,000 vehicles worldwide to fix fuel-pump issue, power windowsUPDATED: 8/24/16 12:01 pm ET - corrected Ford said it was recalling about 91,000 vehicles in North America to replace faulty fuel-pump parts that could potentially cause a car to stall without warning. Ford also said it was recalling 23,150 Ford Escape SUVs from the 2017 model year to update power-window software.
GM's mid-trial bid to toss ignition-switch case denied by judgeGeneral Motors said a Texas judge denied its bid to throw out a lawsuit over a fatal 2011 crash blamed on a faulty ignition switch, after the company accused a car driver and his lawyers of fabricating evidence about the vehicle's key.
U.S. rejects automakers' request to extend fuel comment deadline
U.S. regulators denied a request by major automakers to extend the comment period on environmental analysis to determine whether government fuel efficiency requirements are feasible through 2025.