Germany's Stuttgart will ban some diesel cars from city centerWed, 22, Feb 2017
Stuttgart, home to German automakers Mercedes and Porsche, said it will ban from next year diesel cars which do not meet the latest Euro 6 emissions standards from entering the city on days when pollution is heavy.
German court bars discussion of emissions documents in Audi caseWed, 22, Feb 2017
PSA says it will honor existing Opel job guaranteesTue, 21, Feb 2017
PSA Group told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that it would uphold Opel and Vauxhall job guarantees if it buys GM's European arm, though some analysts say thousands of job losses are likely eventually.
GM assurances result in German minister backing PSA-Opel dealThu, 16, Feb 2017
Germany expects PSA Group's proposed acquisition of General Motors' Opel business to go ahead, a minister said on Thursday, after the U.S. carmaker sought to allay fears of large-scale plant closures.
GM CEO Barra at Opel HQ for talks with managementWed, 15, Feb 2017
GM, PSA bosses try to sell Europe deal amid German, UK worriesWed, 15, Feb 2017
VW works council says talks over strategy pact broken off without resultsMon, 13, Feb 2017
Bernhard quits Daimler; Zetsche will be interim trucks bossFri, 10, Feb 2017
Daimler has confirmed that trucks chief Wolfgang Bernhard, a top manager once seen as a successor to CEO Dieter Zetsche, will leave the company "at his own request and for personal reasons." Zetsche will take over Bernhard's duties until a successor is named.
VW union accuses Diess of undermining cost-cutting dealWed, 08, Feb 2017
VW Group's works council has accused executives including brand chief Herbert Diess of undermining a cost-cutting deal forged late last year. Labor leaders said the managers had breached the November pact by ruling out possible hirings in the first half of 2017 and cutting temporary jobs more quickly and deeply than agreed.
VW sued by first major German customer over diesel scandalMon, 06, Feb 2017
VW Group is being sued by German fish distributor Deutsche See for misrepresenting a fleet of vehicles it leased as environmentally friendly, making the company the first major German customer to sue VW over its emissions-cheating scandal.
U.S. protectionism would hurt all sides, says German economy ministerWed, 01, Feb 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump's policy decisions are going in "a totally wrong direction," German Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries said in a newspaper interview on Wednesday, warning that protectionism would cost growth and jobs in both economies.