VW manager told Winterkorn about diesel cheating in July 2015, reports sayAug. 25
VW top brass warned of costs from illegal emissions a month before disclosure, report saysJuly 9
Porsche SE says raids possible in emissions-scandal probeMay 31
Porsche SE cannot rule out the possibility that investigators acting on behalf of German public prosecutors may raid its premises in connection with Volkswagen Group's diesel emissions scandal. Porsche SE is an investment vehicle which owns the majority of VW's voting shares.
VW CEO, chairman investigated over Porsche shares, prosecutors confirmMay 17
VW may take time to change culture after diesel scandal, exec saysMarch 31
Creating a new era of accountability at Volkswagen Group after the automaker's emissions scandal may take time because it requires radical changes, said the company's human resources chief, Karlheinz Blessing.
Porsche SE posts profit as owner clan plans to buy out PiechMarch 21
VW CEO Mueller earns $8.28 million in pay and benefitsMarch 14
Pressure builds on Piech to sever VW linksMarch 14
Ferdinand Piech, the long-time strong man of the billionaire clan behind Volkswagen Group, is under pressure to give up his last links to the automaker, a move that could mark the inglorious end to a storied career.
Piech returns to settle old scores in diesel scandalFeb. 9
Ferdinand Piech abruptly departed Volkswagen Group nearly two years ago. Now the former VW chairman is looking to settle old scores and has rekindled accusations that top managers knew about falsified emissions tests months before publicly admitting to it.
VW mulls action against Piech over diesel claims against boardFeb. 8
Volkswagen announced it was weighing steps against ex-Chairman Ferdinand Piech after media reports said he had informed key supervisory board members about potential diesel cheating six months before the scandal became public.
VW plans to cap CEO's annual pay at $10.7 million, report saysFeb. 6
VW sued by first major German customer over diesel scandalFeb. 6
VW Group is being sued by German fish distributor Deutsche See for misrepresenting a fleet of vehicles it leased as environmentally friendly, making the company the first major German customer to sue VW over its emissions-cheating scandal.