Volkswagen agrees to $4.3B US emissions scandal settlement -

Volkswagen AG has agreed to a $4.3 billion US settlement to resolve the U.S. government's civil and criminal investigations into the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating, according to documents made public Wednesday. Prosecutors also charged ...and more »

Six Volkswagen executives charged with fraud over emissions cheating - The Guardian

Volkswagen will spend three years on probation and an independent monitor will be sent in to oversee its compliance. Photograph: Ralf Hirschberger/EPA. Volkswagen (VW). Six Volkswagen executives charged with fraud over emissions cheating.and more »

FBI Arrests Volkswagen Executive on Conspiracy Charge in Emissions Scandal - New York Times

A Volkswagen display at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Sunday. The company has acknowledged that it fitted 11 million diesel cars worldwide with illegal software that made the vehicles capable of defeating emissions tests.and more »

6 Volkswagen Executives Charged as Company Pleads Guilty in Emissions Case - New York Times

Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch says Volkswagen will pay a $4.3 billion settlement to resolve investigations into the company's cheating on diesel emission tests. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Photo by Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images. Watch in Times ...and more »

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

In this Sept. 21, 2015, file photo, a Volkswagen logo is seen on car offered for sale at New Century Volkswagen dealership in Glendale, Calif. The Volkswagen executive, Oliver Schmidt, who once was in charge of complying with U.S. emissions ... more >. 0.and more »

In VW case, US takes aim at employees, not just corporation - Minneapolis Star Tribune

WASHINGTON — Six high-level Volkswagen employees from Germany have been indicted in the U.S. in the automaker's emissions-cheating scandal as prosecutors made good on efforts to charge individuals in a corporate corruption case. But bringing them ...and more »

Facing charges, Volkswagen agrees to pay $4.3 billion in emissions cheating scandal - PBS NewsHour

A flag flutters in the wind above a Volkswagen dealership in Carlsbad, California. Photo by REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo. Volkswagen has agreed to a plea bargain and $4.3 billion in fines as a result of the company's diesel emissions cheating scandal.and more »

Why Volkswagen's Emissions Scandal Has No End - Fortune

The astonishing Volkswagen emissions scandal yesterday took another expensive step down its extremely long path to eventual resolution, as the company agreed to pay $4.3 billion to resolve the Justice Department's criminal and civil investigation of ...and more »

Guilty VW to pay record $4.3bn over emissions scandal -

Penalty is largest ever levied by the US government against a carmaker as Volkswagen admits guilt to three charges. 12 Jan 2017 13:09 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. Volkswagen will be monitored for a period of three years as ...and more »

Six Volkswagen executives indicted in emissions-cheating scandal - Washington Post

Federal prosecutors indicted six executives at German automaker Volkswagen on Wednesday in connection with the company's diesel emissions scandal. Five of the six executives are thought to be residing in Germany, according to the Department of Justice ...and more »