First Shift: Porsche ex-CEO acquittedFri, 18, Mar 2016
Former Porsche executives acquitted of VW share manipulationFri, 18, Mar 2016
Ex-Porsche execs ask for acquittals in VW stock manipulation caseTue, 15, Mar 2016
Lawyers for former Porsche CEO Wendelin Wiedeking and ex-CFO Holger Haerter have asked for their clients to be acquitted at the end of a criminal trial that has seen the two men face accusations of manipulating Volkswagen shares during a failed takeover of VW by Porsche in 2008.
Porsche manipulation trial starts amid VW emissions scandalWed, 21, Oct 2015
Former Porsche CEO Wendelin Wiedeking and Chief Financial Officer Holger Haerter are scheduled to go on trial Thursday. They face market manipulation charges over their role in Porsche's failed attempt to take over VW Group in 2008.
Former Porsche communications chief charged with aiding market manipulationMon, 17, Aug 2015
A German prosecutor charged Porsche's former communications chief, Anton Hunger, with aiding market manipulation related to the purchase of Volkswagen Group shares, after dropping identical charges against Porsche's supervisory board.
Prosecutors drop case against Porsche boardFri, 14, Aug 2015
Stuttgart prosecutors have dropped a case against members of Porsche Automobil's supervisory board, which included Ferdinand Piech and Wolfgang Porsche, for suspected market manipulation. But they are still pursuing a separate case against Porsche's former CEO and CFO.
Ex-Porsche CEO Wiedeking faces more VW bid chargesMon, 22, Jun 2015
Former Porsche CEO Wendelin Wiedeking and ex-finance chief Holger Haerter face more charges over the use of a controversial options strategy in Porsche's doomed attempt to take over Volkswagen in 2008.
Piech, Winterkorn to discuss VW leadership crisis, report saysTue, 14, Apr 2015
Volkswagen Chairman Ferdinand Piech and the automaker's CEO, Martin Winterkorn, will discuss the company's leadership crisis when they meet in the next few days, a German newspaper reported. The two executives will discuss Piech's statement that he doesn't want Winterkorn to succeed him as VW chairman, the report said.