Hans Dieter Poetsch
VW may take time to change culture after diesel scandal, exec saysFri, 31, Mar 2017
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.
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First Shift: Mini's ad agency calls it quitsTue, 21, Mar 2017
Porsche SE posts profit as owner clan plans to buy out PiechTue, 21, Mar 2017
VW expects to discipline more employees in emissions scandalTue, 07, Mar 2017
VW brand chief Diess gets backing from Porsche-Piech clan, report saysFri, 24, Feb 2017
VW Chairman Poetsch under pressure in diesel crisis as probe widensTue, 08, Nov 2016
VW Group Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch has survived internal purges and scandals for more than a decade at the automaker. Now his position at the top of the manufacturer is coming under strain as he becomes directly involved in the diesel-emissions scandal for the first time.
California promises crackdown after new report of VW cheatingTue, 08, Nov 2016
The California Air Resources Board promised Monday to use its expanded testing procedures to crack down on automakers that use defeat device software to emit more tailpipe pollutants than the state's laws allow.
German prosecutors widen market manipulation probe to VW chairmanSun, 06, Nov 2016
Piech, Porsche families say they are united behind VW managementMon, 24, Oct 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.
VW has no plans to sell brands, Poetsch tells paperFri, 07, Oct 2016
VW Group will not sell any of its brands or seek a capital increase to meet the costs of its emissions scandal, Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch told a German newspaper. VW does not need to increase the $19.8 billion it has set aside to pay for costs related to the scandal, he said.
VW says Diess under investigation, sees no evidence of market manipulationTue, 21, Jun 2016
Volkswagen on Tuesday confirmed that prosecutors in Braunschweig, Germany, were probing VW brand chief Herbert Diess as part of an investigation into whether Europe's carmaker violated disclosure and market manipulation rules.