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VW admits emissions cheating and cover-up, will pay US $4.3 billion - Chattanooga Times Free Press;

VW admits emissions cheating and cover-up, will pay US $4.3 billion - Chattanooga Times Free Press

Chattanooga Times Free PressVW admits emissions cheating and cover-up, will pay US $4.3 billionChattanooga Times Free PressIn this Oct. 13, 2015, file photo, a Volkswagen Touareg diesel is tested in the Environmental Protection Agency's cold temperature test facility in Ann Arbor, Mich. The imminent criminal plea deal between Volkswagen and U.S. prosecutors in an ...and more »

Volkswagen admits emissions cheating and cover-up, will pay US $4.3B - fox6now.com;

Volkswagen admits emissions cheating and cover-up, will pay US $4.3B - fox6now.com

fox6now.comVolkswagen admits emissions cheating and cover-up, will pay US $4.3Bfox6now.comWASHINGTON — Volkswagen is pleading guilty to three criminal charges and will pay $4.3 billion to the U.S. government for cheating on emissions tests and destroying evidence in an elaborate cover-up. The penalty is the largest against an automaker in ...and more »

Volkswagen agrees to $4.3 billion U.S. diesel settlement - sources - Business Standard;

Volkswagen agrees to $4.3 billion U.S. diesel settlement - sources - Business Standard

Business StandardVolkswagen agrees to $4.3 billion U.S. diesel settlement - sourcesBusiness StandardVolkswagen (VW) AG has agreed to a $4.3 billion settlement to resolve the US government's civil and criminal investigations into the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating, two sources briefed on the matter said Wednesday. US Attorney General ...and more »

U.S. Criminal, Civil Fines Could Cost VW $4.3 Billion - Cars.com News;

U.S. Criminal, Civil Fines Could Cost VW $4.3 Billion - Cars.com News

Cars.com NewsU.S. Criminal, Civil Fines Could Cost VW $4.3 BillionCars.com NewsCARS.COM — The Volkswagen Group announced Tuesday that it's negotiated a "concrete draft" of a settlement with U.S. regulators for $4.3 billion to resolve criminal investigations and civil fines. The automaker characterized its negotiations as ...and more »

Volkswagen board approved $4.3 billion US criminal civil settlement: Report - Yahoo News;

Volkswagen board approved $4.3 billion US criminal civil settlement: Report - Yahoo News

Yahoo NewsVolkswagen board approved $4.3 billion US criminal civil settlement: ReportYahoo NewsOn Tuesday, the German automaker said it negotiated a concrete draft of a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department. More. Volkswagen (VOW3-DE)'s board has approved a $4.3 billion civil and criminal settlement with U.S. authorities regarding its ...and more »

Volkswagen fines swell to $4.3 billion in proposed Dieselgate settlement - The Car Connection;

Volkswagen fines swell to $4.3 billion in proposed Dieselgate settlement - The Car Connection

The Car ConnectionVolkswagen fines swell to $4.3 billion in proposed Dieselgate settlementThe Car ConnectionFor several days, inside sources have reported that Volkswagen is preparing to sign off on a deal with the U.S. government, bringing the long, complicated Dieselgate investigation to a close. A major focus of that deal has been the fines that ...and more »

VW Board Nears $4.3 Billion Settlement for US Diesel Penalty - IndustryWeek

VW Board Nears $4.3 Billion Settlement for US Diesel PenaltyIndustryWeekThe accord raises the cost of settlements in the scandal so far to more than $23 billion in the U.S. and Canada, blowing through the $19 billion set aside to resolve the disputes. The Volkswagen logo at the NAIAS in Detroit. Bill Pugliano, Getty Images.and more »

Volkswagen's Road to Recovery Has Bigger Bumps Ahead - Wall Street Journal

Volkswagen's Road to Recovery Has Bigger Bumps AheadWall Street JournalOn the face of it, Tuesday was Volkswagen's red-letter day. The company stated record annual car deliveries and confirmed reports that it was very close to settling with U.S. legal authorities over the 2015 emissions scandal. But dieselgate isn't the ...and more »

US deal won't end 'dieselgate' pain for Volkswagen - Daily Mail;

US deal won't end 'dieselgate' pain for Volkswagen - Daily Mail

Daily MailUS deal won't end 'dieselgate' pain for VolkswagenDaily MailWoes related to the 'dieselgate' scandal will dog German car giant Volkswagen even after a deal with US authorities to close criminal and civil cases against it, industry experts said Wednesday. The auto manufacturer said on Tuesday it had a "concrete ...and more »

REFILE-US EPA, Justice Department plan news conference on Volkswagen - Reuters

REFILE-US EPA, Justice Department plan news conference on VolkswagenReutersWASHINGTON Jan 11 Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy and Attorney General Loretta Lynch plan a news conference on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. ET (1830 GMT) to announce criminal and civil resolutions with Volkswagen AG, ...and more »

VW's dieselgate provisions unlikely to top 20 bn euro: Source - Moneycontrol.com;

VW's dieselgate provisions unlikely to top 20 bn euro: Source - Moneycontrol.com

Moneycontrol.comVW's dieselgate provisions unlikely to top 20 bn euro: SourceMoneycontrol.comVW on Tuesday said it was in talks with US authorities about finalising a USD 4.3 billion settlement, saying a deal would exceed current provisions. Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3 ...and more »

Latest VW bill for emissions scandal unlikely to top 20 bln euros - source - Yahoo Finance;

Latest VW bill for emissions scandal unlikely to top 20 bln euros - source - Yahoo Finance

Yahoo FinanceLatest VW bill for emissions scandal unlikely to top 20 bln euros - sourceYahoo FinanceFILE PHOTO: A Volkswagen logo is seen at a dealership in Seoul, South Korea, August 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/File Photo. More. By Andreas Cremer. BERLIN (Reuters) - A settlement with the U.S. authorities over emissions test cheating will push up ...and more »

Volkswagen shares on the rise as settlement with U.S. draws nearer - BNN

Volkswagen shares on the rise as settlement with U.S. draws nearerBNNThe information you requested is not available at this time, please check back again soon. Most Popular. {{item.title | formatTitle}} · Company News. 1m ago. Volkswagen shares on the rise as settlement with U.S. draws nearer. Reuters. The Volkswagen ...and more »

Despite emissions scandal, Volkswagen vying for title of year's biggest carmaker - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel;

Despite emissions scandal, Volkswagen vying for title of year's biggest carmaker - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Kennebec Journal & Morning SentinelDespite emissions scandal, Volkswagen vying for title of year's biggest carmakerKennebec Journal & Morning SentinelFRANKFURT, Germany — It's ironic: Volkswagen spent 2016 battling a huge scandal over cars it rigged to cheat on emissions tests. Now it stands a decent chance to pass Toyota for the title of world's biggest carmaker for the year.and more »

Volkswagen emissions-cheating deal could put employees in hot seat - CTV News;

Volkswagen emissions-cheating deal could put employees in hot seat - CTV News

CTV NewsVolkswagen emissions-cheating deal could put employees in hot seatCTV NewsDETROIT -- The imminent criminal plea deal between Volkswagen and U.S. prosecutors in an emissions-cheating scandal could be bad news for one group of people: VW employees who had a role in the deceit or subsequent coverup. VW on Tuesday ...and more »

Volkswagen shares gain on word of planned US settlement - Fox Business;

Volkswagen shares gain on word of planned US settlement - Fox Business

Fox BusinessVolkswagen shares gain on word of planned US settlementFox BusinessFILE - In this Feb. 14, 2013, file photo, the Volkswagen logo is seen on the grill of a Volkswagen on display in Pittsburgh. The imminent criminal plea deal between Volkswagen and U.S. prosecutors in an emissions-cheating scandal could be bad news ...and more »

VW emissions-cheating deal could put employees in hot seat - Watertown Daily Times;

VW emissions-cheating deal could put employees in hot seat - Watertown Daily Times

Watertown Daily TimesVW emissions-cheating deal could put employees in hot seatWatertown Daily TimesThis undated photo provided by the Broward County Sheriff's Office shows Oliver Schmidt under arrest on Jan. 7, 2017. Schmidt, the general manager of the engineering and environmental office for Volkswagen America, was arrested in connection with the ...and more »

VW confirms $4.3 billion US settlement over emissions - The Japan News;

VW confirms $4.3 billion US settlement over emissions - The Japan News

The Japan NewsVW confirms $4.3 billion US settlement over emissionsThe Japan NewsThe Volkswagen Atlas, left, and Volkswagen Tiguan are shown before the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Sunday. 9:15 pm, January 11, 2017. ReutersDETROIT/BERLIN (Reuters) — Volkswagen AG confirmed on Tuesday it has ...and more »

Volkswagen moves towards a €4.1bn criminal settlement with US authorities - Newstalk 106-108 fm;

Volkswagen moves towards a €4.1bn criminal settlement with US authorities - Newstalk 106-108 fm

Newstalk 106-108 fmVolkswagen moves towards a €4.1bn criminal settlement with US authoritiesNewstalk 106-108 fmVolkswagen has agreed to a draft $4.3bn (€4.09bn) settlement with authorities in the US relating to criminal charges leveled at the company for cheating in emission tests. The manufacturer will also plead guilty to breaking US laws. The company's ...and more »

Volkswagen to pay US $4.3 billion to settle diesel debacle - RT;

Volkswagen to pay US $4.3 billion to settle diesel debacle - RT

RTVolkswagen to pay US $4.3 billion to settle diesel debacleRTGerman carmaker Volkswagen has negotiated a $4.3 billion draft deal with US authorities to resolve the so-called defeat device emissions scandal, according to a company statement. Read more. © Kacper Pempel FBI arrests ex-Volkswagen official on fraud ...and more »