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.
VW's new boss mulls asset sales, promises streamliningApril 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.
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.
Herbert Diess' to-do list is longApril 10
VW boss Mueller saved the company -- now he's exitingApril 10
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller has won wide praise for steering the carmaker through the near-death experience of cheating on diesel-emissions testing -- but that wasn't enough to keep him in the job.
VW mulls replacing Mueller as CEO in management shakeupApril 10
VW, PSA plan to continue self-driving pushMarch 20
VW will lean on battery suppliers to power electrification blitzMarch 13
VW CEO Mueller's pay package soars on record group profitMarch 13
Auto industry rejects Trump's tariff threatsMarch 6
Automotive companies on both sides of the Atlantic pushed back on President Donald Trump's talk of a trade war with Europe using a similar refrain: Everyone will suffer if his rhetoric becomes reality.