VW's top labor representative backs Diess as new CEOApril 13
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.
VW staff are unconvinced of culture changeFeb. 16
VW German production at risk as wage dispute intensifiesFeb. 1
VW says works council payments legal after offices raided by prosecutorsNov. 15, 2017
VW labor leaders warn politicians not to put jobs in jeopardyAug. 10, 2017
VW labor chief pay probed by German prosecutorsMay 12, 2017
VW's Diess wins labor backing for reform plans, paper saysMarch 17, 2017
VW Group's powerful labor chief, Bernd Osterloh, said a dispute with VW brand boss Herbert Diess over how to implement reforms at the automaker's core brand has been laid to rest. "That's history," Osterloh told a German newspaper.