VW settles diesel owner suit on eve of trialFeb. 23, 2018
Volkswagen AG's U.S. unit on Friday resolved a lawsuit brought by a North Carolina man whose diesel emissions case was set to be the first to go to trial on Monday.
VW pledges rules to ensure moral, ethical behavior after latest reputational damageFeb. 23, 2018
VW will take steps to bring its academic research projects into line with moral standards, the carmaker said, seeking to demonstrate lessons learned from the latest diesel scandal aftershock.
U.S. senators press Justice Department on Daimler emissions probeFeb. 23, 2018
Two senators urged Attorney General Jeff Sessions to thoroughly investigate Daimler after a media report alleged the automaker used potentially illegal software to pass diesel emissions tests.
Takata agrees to settle U.S. probe by 44 state AGs over deadly airbagsFeb. 22, 2018
Takata agreed to settle a probe by 44 state attorneys general into claims it concealed a deadly safety defect with air bag inflators.
VW may face new U.S. emissions probe, lawmaker saysFeb. 22, 2018
Congress should investigate new allegations that VW diesel cars were sold overseas with rigged software, a Republican lawmaker said.
Former Audi board members have homes searched in emissions probeFeb. 22, 2018
German prosecutors searched the homes of three new suspects in connection with Audi's emissions scandal, further widening their inquiry to include former executives.
VW bid to delay first U.S. diesel emissions trial rejectedFeb. 20, 2018
A Virginia judge rejected a request by VW to delay several of the company's trials over excess emissions because of "inflammatory" comments made by a lawyer representing car owners.
Mercedes diesel probe in U.S. finds possible 'defeat' software, paper saysFeb. 18, 2018
U.S. investigators have found potentially illegal software modifications in Mercedes-Benz diesel cars to help the vehicles pass emissions tests, a German newspaper said.
Takata's U.S. bankruptcy plan approved by judgeFeb. 17, 2018
Takata received court approval for its bankruptcy exit plan in the United States, clearing the way for the sale of Takata's assets and providing compensation for those injured by its deadly airbags.
UAW leadership faces a time of reckoningFeb. 19, 2018
UAW dissidents see the situation as an opportunity for profound change. They're urging rank-and-file members to "take back" the union from leaders they claim are overly willing to comply with employers' requests.
UAW-Chrysler training center building sold in DetroitFeb. 16, 2018
Princeton Enterprises has purchased the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center building in Detroit for an undisclosed sum.
VW staff are unconvinced of culture changeFeb. 16, 2018
Almost two-thirds of VW employees in Germany see no improvement in the automaker's corporate culture nearly two and a half years after its diesel emissions fraud was revealed.