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.
VW's new CEO testified in U.S. on emissions scandal, report saysMay 8
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
After Winterkorn indictment, who else is under investigation?May 4
Former union official charged with misusing UAW-FCA training center fundsMarch 13
Dealership's ex-controller pleads guilty to stealing $1.1 millionFeb. 26
Iacobelli pleads guilty in FCA-UAW criminal case as probe spreadsJan. 22
Williams: UAW will weather the latest stormDec. 25, 2017
UAW President Dennis Williams said he doesn't expect much of a backlash from rank-and-file members during the union's Constitutional Convention in June. His expected successor, Gary Jones, and a slate of new leaders will stand for election.