VW labor leaders oppose big severance package for Winterkorn, report says

Sept. 29, 2015 12:07 CET

Senior VW labor leaders are opposed to granting Martin Winterkorn severance pay after the former CEO stepped down following revelations that VW cheated in U.S. diesel emissions tests, sources told Bloomberg....
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Overtime plan might impact dealers

12:01 am U.S. ET | July 12, 2015

Car dealers may have to pay more to employees who work more than 40 hours a week or tweak pay plans to avoid doing so....
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GM Korea workers approve strike over pay, output

6:57 am U.S. ET | July 1, 2015

GM employees in South Korea voted today in favor of a strike over wages and production volumes, prompted by uncertainty over the automaker's output plans as its labor costs in the country rise....
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Toyota President Toyoda earns $10.3 million, surpassing Nissan's Ghosn

June 24, 2015 11:14 CET

Toyota President Akio Toyoda became the highest-paid auto executive in Japan last year after dividend payouts pushed his total compensation to $10.3 million, passing Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn....
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Ghosn's Nissan pay tops $8 million

June 23, 2015 10:48 CET

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn received a total of 1.03 billion yen ($8.3 million) in salary and bonuses for the year ended March 31, an increase of 4 percent from a year earlier, and the first time his pay has reached this figure....
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Skoda, unions agree on 3.5% wage hike

April 24, 2015 13:10 CET

Skoda has reached an agreement with workers on a 3.5 percent wage hike, the carmaker's main union group said. Unions threatened to strike last week after seeking a higher deal than the 3 percent offered by the automaker....
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Piech is Germany's best paid chairman, survey says

April 21, 2015 12:56 CET

VW Group Chairman Ferdinand Piech is Germany's best paid supervisory board chief, a survey showed. Piech's compensation rose last year to 1.47 million euros ($1.57 million), reflecting VW's record 2014 profit and deliveries....
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Ford's Mulally made $22 million in 2014; Fields' pay rises 83%

11:45 am U.S. ET | March 27, 2015

Alan Mulally, who retired as Ford CEO in mid-2014, received compensation worth $22 million last year, the company said today in a regulatory filing. His successor, Mark Fields, earned $18.6 million....
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Ghosn's pay increase criticized by Renault union

March 27, 2015 09:23 CET

Renault's biggest trade union, the CGT, criticized the automaker's proposal to more than double CEO Carlos Ghosn's 2014 pay package to 7.22 million euros ($7.85 million). Renault, which is cutting 7,200 jobs in France, says Ghosn's higher earnings are tied to the company's profit increase....
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VW's German workers get 3% wage increase

March 5, 2015 12:56 CET

Volkswagen will give workers at German plants a 3.4 percent wage increase even as the automaker looks to boost profitability by cutting costs....
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Daimler increases Zetsche's pay by 1.4%

Feb. 17, 2015 15:34 CET

Daimler has raised CEO Dieter Zetsche's pay by 1.4 percent to to 8.36 million euros ($9.49 million) after the maker of Mercedes cars posted record deliveries last year and narrowed its sales gap to rivals BMW and Audi....
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