Volkswagen Set to Plead Guilty and to Pay US $4.3 Billion in Deal - New York Times

An intensive investigation into Volkswagen's manipulation of diesel emissions tests began in 2014, and now involves American and German investigators and prosecutors. Credit Kieran Kesner for The New York Times. Volkswagen is on the verge of pleading ...

Feds cuff VW exec over diesel emissions scam - The Register

The FBI has arrested a senior Volkswagen executive for allegedly coordinating a cover-up over its diesel emissions cheating. Oliver Schmidt was nabbed in Florida over the weekend. He is expected to appear in court in Detroit on Monday on charges of ...

How VW's cheating on emissions was exposed - Financial Times

US regulators and prosecutors have spearheaded efforts to uncover and then punish Volkswagen for its diesel emissions scandal — the latest example being the German carmaker's $4.3bn criminal settlement on Wednesday with the Department of Justice.

VW Board Set to Sign Off on $4.3 Billion US Diesel Penalty - Bloomberg

Volkswagen AG's supervisory board is set to sign off on a $4.3 billion settlement of U.S. criminal and civil penalties for rigging diesel-powered cars to cheat on emissions tests, the latest step in the carmaker's effort to resolve the scandal. The ...

Volkswagen confirms $4.3bn payment over diesel emissions - The Guardian

The Volkswagen Group is hoping to resolve the settlement before Trump's administration takes office. Photograph: Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images. Volkswagen (VW). Volkswagen confirms $4.3bn payment over diesel emissions. The group is also planning to ...

Volkswagen reveals record car sales amid emissions scandal - The Guardian

Volkswagen said it had sold 10.3m cars worldwide last year, a new record. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters. Volkswagen (VW). Volkswagen reveals record car sales amid emissions scandal. German manufacturer says it sold 10.3m cars globally in 2016 ...

Volkswagen settlement talks to include $4.3 billion and a guilty plea - CNNMoney

Volkswagen is negotiating a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department that would require the carmaker to pay $4.3 billion in fines and plead guilty to criminal wrongdoing. The settlement would also require Volkswagen to appoint an independent monitor ...

Volkswagen near to $4.3bn US 'dieselgate' settlement - Telegraph.co.uk

Volkswagen has confirmed it has negotiated a "concrete draft" settlement with US authorities that will see it pay $4.3bn (£3.5bn) in civil and criminal fines in the US over the "dieselgate" emissions scandal. The settlement will see the carmaker plead ...

Volkswagen close to pleading guilty over emissions scandal - Washington Post

DETROIT — German automaker Volkswagen said Tuesday it plans to admit guilt to settle criminal and civil investigations brought by U.S. officials related to its diesel emissions cheating scandal, a rare admission of criminal wrongdoing by a major company.

Volkswagen is reportedly closing in on a US$4.3 billion deal to settle diesel emissions scandal - Financial Post

Volkswagen AG is closing in on a deal to pay US$4.3 billion in criminal and civil penalties to settle a U.S. probe into the rigging of diesel-powered cars to cheat emissions tests. The agreement, which will include a guilty plea according to VW, raises ...

What emissions scandal? VW may have just become the world's top-selling automaker - Los Angeles Times

Volkswagen spent 2016 battling a huge scandal over cars it rigged to cheat on emissions tests. But now it stands a decent chance to pass Toyota for the title of world's biggest carmaker for the year. Booming business in China helped Volkswagen sales ...

Volkswagen Confirms $4.3 Billion False Advertising Emissions Settlement - AgencySpy

Volkswagen confirmed today that it has agreed to pay more than $4 billion to settle a dispute with the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Customs and Border Protection over “certain criminal investigations and certain civil fines in connection with ...

Volkswagen Executive's Trip to US Allowed FBI to Pounce - New York Times

Oliver Schmidt in 2014. Formerly Volkswagen's top emissions compliance executive in the U.S., he has been charged with defrauding the government and violating the Clean Air Act. Credit Joe Wilssens/European Pressphoto Agency. When F.B.I. agents ...

Volkswagen confirms $4.3 billion US settlement over diesel emissions - Reuters

A U.S. flag flutters in the wind above a Volkswagen dealership in Carlsbad, California, U.S. May 2, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo. By David Shepardson and Andreas Cremer | DETROIT/BERLIN. DETROIT/BERLIN Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.

Volkswagen confirms $4.3bn settlement with US regulators over diesel emissions scandal - City A.M.

I'm City A.M.'s industrials reporter, covering the mining sector, energy (includ [..] Show more. Follow Francesca. Volkswagen Senior Directors Meet For Crisis Talks As Emissions Scandal Widens. Volkswagen was caught cheating in diesel emissions tests ...

Volkswagen Confirms $4.3 Billion Settlement Deal Over Emissions Scandal - Fortune

Volkswagen AG confirmed Tuesday it has negotiated a $4.3 billion concrete draft settlement with U.S. regulators to resolve its diesel emissions issues and plans to plead guilty to criminal misconduct as part of the civil and criminal settlement ...

Report: VW agrees to $4.3B settlement in emissions scandal - The Hill

Volkswagen has agreed to a $4.3 billion draft settlement to end a legal fight with federal regulators over its diesel emissions scandal. The company said it would pay the fine and also plead guilty to criminal misconduct as part of a criminal and civil ...

Volkswagen close to $4.3bn US emissions settlement - Irish Times

Volkswagen has confirmed it is in advanced stages of negotiating a $4.3 billion (€4.07bn) settlement with US regulators to resolve its diesel emissions issues, and plans to plead guilty to criminal misconduct as part of the civil and criminal settlement.

Volkswagen Near $4.3 Billion Settlement, Guilty Plea in Emissions Scandal - ABC News

Volkswagen is nearing a $4.3 billion settlement with the U.S. government that would involve pleading guilty to certain criminal charges in the so-called defeat device emissions scandal, the automaker told ABC News. Company management is set to approve ...

Volkswagen close to $4.3 billion fine over diesel emissions scandal - New York Daily News

The Volkswagen logo is seen at the company's display during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., January 10, 2017. (MARK BLINCH/REUTERS). THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Tuesday, January 10, 2017, 3:34 PM.