Volkmar Denner


German auto firms try to nurture Silicon Valley boldness

12:01 am U.S. ET | Nov. 22, 2015

German automakers and suppliers fear that America's audacious tech companies are grabbing the initiative within the auto industry as cars become more about software and successful data manipulation and less about traditional hardware. Their response is to try to ingrain that risk-taking Californian ethos into their own companies....
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Bosch sees diesel market so far unharmed by VW scandal

Oct. 14, 2015 15:23 CET

Bosch says it has not seen any change so far in the diesel car market as a result of an emissions scandal that has rocked Volkswagen....
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Tech industry interlopers force car industry to react, Bosch CEO says

Feb. 17, 2015 16:24 CET

The auto industry is stepping up efforts to introduce highly automated cars as software makers Google and perhaps even Apple forge plans to build a vehicle, Volkmar Denner, the CEO of Bosch, said....
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Incoming Bosch auto boss must boost margin, fend off rising Conti, ZF

Feb. 16, 2015 06:01 CET

When Rolf Bulander takes over as head of Bosch's car parts division in April he will face hurdles such as raising the unit's margin to 8 percent and maintaining its position as the world's largest supplier despite intensifying competition from Continental and ZF....
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Bosch's automotive head quits to become CEO of Mahle

Dec. 17, 2014 18:09 CET

The head of Bosch's automotive division, Wolf-Henning Scheider, has quit the world's top-ranked supplier to head smaller German rival Mahle, a maker of engine components....
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