VW gets a toehold in heavy trucks in N.A.Sept. 12, 2016
VW buys 17% Navistar stake; full merger is possibleSept. 6, 2016
Volkswagen agreed to a wide-ranging technology and purchasing deal with U.S. truck maker Navistar in exchange for a 16.6 percent stake, an alliance forged in part by the need to meet stringent emissions regulations.
First Shift: Volvo digs deeper into self-drivingSept. 6, 2016
Volkswagen to take 19.9% stake in Navistar, report saysSept. 5, 2016
VW's trucks division is close to announcing a partnership with rival Navistar, three sources told Reuters, in the latest example of a deal driven by emissions regulations. Volkswagen has agreed to supply engines to Navistar in exchange for a 19.9 percent stake in the truckmaker, one of the sources, who declined to be named, told Reuters.
GM deal with Navistar paves the way for more midsize pickupsJune 9, 2016
General Motors has contracted with Navistar International to build some of its commercial vans, a move aimed at enabling GM to produce more hot-selling Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickups.
First Shift: 'Troublesome' report on TeslaJune 10, 2016
Ex-Navistar CEO Ustian faces SEC suit over emissions disclosuresMarch 31, 2016
The SEC sued former Navistar CEO Daniel Ustian, accusing him of defrauding the public about the company's ability to meet emission standards for truck engines. Navistar also agreed to pay a $7.5 million fine to settle SEC charges that it defrauded investors into believing a diesel truck engine it was developing could meet tough federal emissions standards.