Agreed: This company has to bloody learnSun, 18, Sep 2016
When Matthias Mueller became CEO of a tainted Volkswagen AG, he spoke of plans to gradually introduce a new culture of openness to the company. But he added that he didn't "believe in revolutions, and Volkswagen doesn't need one anyway." Wrong.
A year of turmoil and turnoverSun, 18, Sep 2016
Volkswagen's emissions scandal forced the departure of several key executives, pushed others into new roles and brought new leadership for North America.
VW's Mueller says he cannot rule out further production delaysWed, 07, Sep 2016
Volkswagen Group CEO Matthias Mueller said he cannot rule out further production delays due to problems with single suppliers. Last month a dispute with Bosnia's Prevent Group halted output of the Golf and Passat models in Germany.
VW reviews procurement strategy in wake of supplier disputeTue, 30, Aug 2016
Volkswagen is reviewing its supplier and procurement strategy to avoid another dispute such as the one that caused production slowdowns and stoppages this month, CEO Matthias Mueller said.
VW CEO expects turnaround to start bearing fruit in 2-3 yearsTue, 30, Aug 2016
Volkswagen AG CEO Matthias Mueller is pushing forward with a technological and organizational revamp of Europe's largest carmaker despite internal opposition and expects his efforts to begin bearing fruit in two to three years.
VW scandal casts a long shadow on product plansMon, 29, Aug 2016
At first glance, it looks like business as usual for product launches at the Volkswagen Group through the end of the decade. But it's the years after 2020 that will show the impact of the diesel emissions scandal, in terms of its sky-high costs and shifting priorities at the giant German automaker.