AutoNews Now: VW tries CEO bull sessions to engage workersSept. 22
Volkswagen chairman won't rule out outsider as next CEOSept. 22
Employee meetings with CEO aim to soften VW's imageSept. 22
VW aims to overcome a reputation as a secretive and autocratic company by introducing a "Meeting Mueller" program which allows employees to pose questions directly to the CEO. Matthias Mueller hints VW is working on new responsibilities for the board and that the company will use fewer consultants and rely on internal expertise.
VW Group to launch Level 5 fleets by 2021Sept. 17
VW has no plans to divide up group, Mueller saysSept. 13
VW Group CEO Matthias Mueller says the automaker has no plans to follow rival Daimler in considering changing the group's legal structure, even as the company undergoes the biggest transformation in its history following its emissions scandal.
VW eyes sale of assets accounting for 20% of revenue, report saysSept. 7
VW CEO raps Porsche labor boss over Audi criticismJuly 25
Stadler counts on new Audi A8 to appease criticsJuly 11
Porsche SE says raids possible in emissions-scandal probeMay 31
Porsche SE cannot rule out the possibility that investigators acting on behalf of German public prosecutors may raid its premises in connection with Volkswagen Group's diesel emissions scandal. Porsche SE is an investment vehicle which owns the majority of VW's voting shares.
VW's Mueller says culture change could still take yearsMay 23
VW Group CEO Matthias Mueller said some managers are resisting the automaker's push for a new era of accountability after its emissions fraud. "There are definitely people who are longing for the old centralistic leadership," Mueller said.