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.
PSA seeks 3,700 Opel job cuts in Germany, labor chief saysApril 20
PSA's Tavares faces toughest opponent yet in German unionApril 20
PSA fight to slash Opel factory costs intensifiesApril 19
PSA's fight to cut production costs at Opel's German factories took on a national dimension with Chancellor Angela Merkel intervening to say she expected the French automaker to honor commitments it made when it bought Opel from GM last year.
Freudenberg mulls IPO for Vibracoustic unitApril 19
VW's warring stakeholders to hash out a new strategyApril 12
Mueller's abrupt exit heralds sweeping change to come at VWApril 11
Volkswagen's board abruptly ended the tenure of CEO Matthias Mueller, a caretaker who revived the carmaker after its worst crisis on record, turning instead to a leader who can implement deeper changes, people familiar with the matter said.