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VW CEO and chairman charged with market manipulation by German court in relation to 2015 emissions scandal

Former VW CEO Martin Winterkorn was also charged in the indictment filed Tuesday. He left the automaker days after the diesel scandal broke in 2015.

Volkswagen’s stock is rising after the German car giant stands by its forecasts

Porsche and Audi sales fell, but the German car giant expects to hit its revenue, profit, and deliveries targets.

The CEO of Volkswagen says sorry after quoting the Holocaust phrase ‘Work sets you free’

Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess said "ebit macht frei" at an internal company event, echoing the maxim "arbeit macht frei." He apologized for the remark.
A view of Los Angeles' smog.

Audi CEO’s arrest highlights a ‘silent killer’ thought to be involved in 53,000 deaths annually in the US

On Monday, German officials arrested Rupert Stadler, the CEO of Audi, in connection to the company's cheating on carbon-dioxide emissions tests. While he is unlikely to face American authorities, research suggests car pollution leads to tens of thousands of early deaths each year in the US.

Volkswagen may face criminal and civil penalties over emissions scandal

Volkswagen is expected to face criminal penalties for violating the Clean Air Act by using software on vehicles that violates standards meant to reduce smog.

Volkswagen may be prepping a massive buyback of some of its dirty diesel cars in the US

The US Environmental Protection Agency and Volkswagen are still trying to figure out the best way forward.

VW chairman: ‘We disappointed the American people and our customers’

Volkswagen opened its keynote presentation at CES with an apology.

Volkswagen has lost its crown and is no longer the world’s biggest carmaker

Volkswagen sales are yet to feel the full force of the emissions scandal, but they're already losing ground to Toyota.

Volkswagen’s troubles in the US could be deepening

A study commission by Bloomberg shows that Volkswagen's US death and injury claim reports are much lower than the rest of the industry.