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TrueCar agreed to change parts of its business model, including its billing, to settle litigation brought by the California New Car Dealers Association.
VW's financial arm said that it expects 2017 profit will exceed a record 2.1 billion euros ($2.47 billion) in 2016, despite a diesel scandal that has rocked the industry.
Audi will dissolve the task force it set up to investigate how many of its diesel cars have "defeat" devices designed to cheat official tests of NOx emissions, CEO Rupert Stadler said.
VW Group's former top engineer, Wolfgang Hatz, has been arrested by German prosecutors in connection with the automaker's diesel-rigging scandal, press reports said.
VW expects cash outflows of $4.7 billion to $5.9 billion next year in relation to the diesel scandal, down from nearly $20 billion this year.
VW executive Oliver Schmidt, convicted in the U.S. for his role in the automaker's emissions scandal, may ask to serve his prison sentence in Germany, a report said.
VW's new anti-corruption czar has reorganized the company's compliance system as he seeks to eliminate a culture of silence that helped diesel emissions cheating remain undetected for years.
Megadealer Norman Braman filed a federal lawsuit against BMW in September, arguing that changes to a bonus program illegally modified franchise agreements. Now BMW has issued a scorching response.
VW will fire Oliver Schmidt, who was sentenced to seven years in prison by a U.S. judge for his role in the automaker's diesel emissions scandal, a German newspaper reported.
The former general manager of a Honda store in Missouri was sentenced to prison for 18 months for a scheme that allegedly cost the store more than $1.8 million.
As automakers turn their vehicles into app-laden computers on wheels, there's one habit they don't want to acquire from Silicon Valley: fighting over patents in court.
VW executive Oliver Schmidt will be sentenced in court in Detroit for his part in the automaker's diesel scandal. Schmidt, a German national, faces up to seven years in prison.
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