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 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.
As Musk berates analysts, VW unleashes massive counterpunchMay 3
VW says CEO testimony sought by Congress isn't necessaryMay 3
VW takes Touareg upscale with high-tech featuresMay 18
VW has packed its new Touareg with the latest high-tech equipment available, including thermal imaging, a head-up display projected directly onto the windshield, and a fully digital cockpit with two large screens, making the SUV the brand's most advanced model to date.
Congress to seek VW CEO's testimony in new cheating probeApril 25
VW CEO Diess on tap to become Audi chairmanApril 14
VW CEO's sights set squarely on U.S.April 16
Elevated to the top job at Volkswagen Group last week, Herbert Diess has a reputation for delivering on his restructuring targets — and high on his to-do list is ending the string of losses in the United States.
New VW CEO inherits Russian alliance clouded by Trump sanctionsApril 13
VW's new boss mulls asset sales, promises streamliningApril 13
VW's top labor representative backs Diess as new CEOApril 13
VW Group appoints Diess CEO, creates new divisionsApril 12
Volkswagen tapped Herbert Diess to take over as CEO, replacing Matthias Mueller, and is creating six new business areas and a special portfolio for China, its largest market. It also is splitting its brands into three new vehicle groups: value, premium and super-premium nameplates.