Annual, Special Meetings
Volkswagen 'is back on track' and working through diesel scandal, Mueller saysTue, 14, Mar 2017
VW confirms Friday board meeting to discuss overhaulThu, 03, Nov 2016
VW chairman under fire from investors for dual role in crisisWed, 22, Jun 2016
VW Group Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch bore the brunt of investor dissatisfaction over the automaker's handling of its emissions cheating scandal during the company's annual shareholder meeting today, with some even trying to remove him as host of the gathering.
Porsche-Piech clan close ranks ahead of VW annual meetingFri, 17, Jun 2016
The Piech and Porsche families who control Volkswagen displayed unity ahead of next week's annual shareholder meeting, just as the carmaker is reshaping its business following a diesel emissions scandal.
Bill Ford defends CEO Fields as shareholders gripe about stock priceThu, 12, May 2016
Ford Motor Executive Chairman Bill Ford defended the company's CEO, Mark Fields, when shareholders complained today about the company's sinking stock price. One investor made a request to bring back former CEO Alan Mulally as an adviser.
VW asks shareholders to back management at annual meetingWed, 11, May 2016
VW Group is recommending that shareholders ratify the actions of its management board at its annual meeting since an investigation into the company's emissions scandal has so far failed to turn up wrongdoing by senior managers.
VW delays 2015 results due to open issues on emissionsFri, 05, Feb 2016
Between the lines, GM rebuts MarchionneSun, 04, Oct 2015
GM's annual pitch to about 180 analysts and investors last week could be viewed as one long commercial for why GM doesn't need Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: The automaker is too busy “redefining the future of mobility.”
Ford profit decline poised for a reversal in 2015, Fields saysThu, 14, May 2015
Ford CEO Mark Fields, presiding over his first annual meeting, addressed shareholder concern about the company's lagging stock by promising the company is poised for a profit liftoff in the year's second half.
Piech avoids family showdown over VWWed, 13, May 2015
Ferdinand Piech avoided a showdown with his cousin Wolfgang Porsche by not attending today's annual shareholders meeting of his family's holding company that controls a majority stake in Volkswagen Group.
BMW CEO Reithofer's supervisory board role backed by fund firmTue, 12, May 2015
UK fund firm Hermes Investment Management said it supported the election of BMW CEO Norbert Reithofer to the automaker's supervisory board. The proposal has drawn criticism for the lack of a cooling off period after Harald Krueger, the automaker's production chief, succeeds Reithofer as CEO.