Don't expect Piech to just vanishMon, 27, Mar 2017
Ferdinand Piech is losing his last battle with his familyMon, 27, Mar 2017
Ferdinand Piech, a figure of transcendent importance in the history of the auto industry, is selling his 14.7 percent voting stake in the family firm that controls Volkswagen Group. It is the endgame of a bitter family dispute.
Porsche SE posts profit as owner clan plans to buy out PiechTue, 21, Mar 2017
Piech may sell Porsche SE stake by end May, paper saysSun, 19, Mar 2017
Former Volkswagen Group Chairman Ferdinand Piech may sell his stake in the holding company that's VW's majority shareholder to other members of the Porsche and Piech clans before May 30, Bild am Sonntag said.
VW clan aims for quick deal over Ferdinand Piech's shares, report saysMon, 20, Mar 2017
With Piech in the exit lane, Porsche family feud draws to closeFri, 17, Mar 2017
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.
Piech in talks to sell stake in Volkswagen ownerFri, 17, Mar 2017
Former Volkswagen Chairman Ferdinand Piech is in talks to sell his stake in Porsche SE, the family company that controls VW Group. Piech's departure as VW's biggest shareholder would be the final fall from grace for one of the defining figures of the modern auto industry.
Pressure builds on Piech to sever VW linksTue, 14, Mar 2017
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.
Ferdinand Piech to lose board seat at Porsche SE, report saysSun, 12, Mar 2017
Audi CEO vacates roles with Piech family foundationFri, 03, Mar 2017
VW CEO slams infighting as spat escalates over worker agreementMon, 13, Feb 2017
VW Group CEO Matthias Mueller sought to calm nerves at the automaker as festering disputes with labor leaders and allegations from former Chairman Ferdinand Piech threatened to disrupt efforts to overcome its diesel-cheating scandal.