Porsche SE execs, board are safe to travel to U.S., legal chief saysMay 15
Making Winterkorn pay for VW's scandal could backfire on automakerMay 14
Forcing former VW Group CEO Martin Winterkorn to pay for at least some of the nearly $30 billion stemming from the diesel scandal could backfire on the automaker and even drag other top executives -- Chairman Dieter Poetsch and new CEO Herbert Diess -- into the fray.
Where is German justice in VW emissions case?May 14
VW's Diess given safe-passage deal by U.S., report saysMay 7
VW CEO Herbert Diess has been granted safe passage by United States authorities and advance notice if prosecutors seek to charge him, sources told Bloomberg. Federal authorities have already filed charges against ex-CEO Martin Winterkorn.
Winterkorn faces growing backlash in Germany after U.S. chargesMay 6
VW's Winterkorn knew for months, indictment saysMay 7
After Winterkorn indictment, who else is under investigation?May 4
German prosecutors will continue Winterkorn probe after U.S. criminal chargesMay 4
Battle between Piech, Porsche families highlighted in German documentaryOct. 20, 2017
VW manager told Winterkorn about diesel cheating in July 2015, reports sayAug. 25, 2017
VW top brass warned of costs from illegal emissions a month before disclosure, report saysJuly 9, 2017
Porsche SE says raids possible in emissions-scandal probeMay 31, 2017
Porsche SE cannot rule out the possibility that investigators acting on behalf of German public prosecutors may raid its premises in connection with Volkswagen Group's diesel emissions scandal. Porsche SE is an investment vehicle which owns the majority of VW's voting shares.