Porsche SE denies misleading investors as legal claims mountMay 30
Porsche Automobil Holding denied it misled investors about emissions cheating at Volkswagen as the holding company's board members battle lawsuits and investigations tied to the carmaker's diesel scandal.
Porsche family ready to bring in younger generationApril 1
Ferdinand Piech's seat on the board of VW Group's majority shareholder could be taken by his nephew, Josef Ahorner. The move would be a step toward the Porsche-Piech's clan younger generation moving into key roles.
Porsche SE posts profit as owner clan plans to buy out PiechMarch 21
With Piech in the exit lane, Porsche family feud draws to closeMarch 17
Ferdinand Piech and Wolfgang Porsche could hardly be more different. But what has long bound the billionaire cousins together is their grandfather's legacy: their family's namesake automaker, and for the past decade control of Volkswagen AG. That uneasy association is poised to come to an end.
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.
Piech, Porsche families say they are united behind VW managementOct. 24, 2016
The Piech and Porsche families, which control more than 52 percent of Volkswagen Group, have vowed to back the automaker's senior management, setting aside past disputes as the company struggles to overcome its emissions-cheating scandal.
Why the Porsche-Piech family is not rushing in to fix VWApril 27, 2016
The Porsche-Piech clan, led by Wolfgang Porsche, that controls scandal-hit VW Group has the voting power to muscle through change at the automaker, but family members are not acting on it. That has left a power vacuum even as VW faces costs that could top $30 billion.
VW's about-face on scandal investigationApril 24, 2016
VW's top committee will meet Feb. 3 to discuss emissions crisis, report saysJan. 26, 2016
VW's supervisory board executive panel, the automaker's top committee, will meet for the third time in three weeks on Feb. 3, as the automaker continues to grapple with a scandal over rigged diesel emissions tests, sources said.