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Volkswagen believes it can fix 85000 polluting US vehicles - Reuters;

Volkswagen believes it can fix 85000 polluting US vehicles - Reuters

ReutersVolkswagen believes it can fix 85000 polluting US vehiclesReutersThe logo of an E-Golf is pictured in a production line at the plant of German carmaker Volkswagen in Wolfsburg, Germany May 20, 2016. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer. 1/2. left. right. A Volkswagen Passat diesel vehicle that is fitted with research instruments ...and more »

Volkswagen settlement is a huge waste of $15 billion - CNBC (subscription);

Volkswagen settlement is a huge waste of $15 billion - CNBC (subscription)

CNBC (subscription)Volkswagen settlement is a huge waste of $15 billionCNBC (subscription)The $15 billion Volkswagen may spend to settle its diesel cheating scandal – potentially one of the largest consumer settlements in U.S. history – is a huge waste of money. As predicted in a letter that I, together with many other prominent CEOs ...and more »

At Least Volkswagen May Have A Fix For The Diesel V6 Engines - Jalopnik;

At Least Volkswagen May Have A Fix For The Diesel V6 Engines - Jalopnik

JalopnikAt Least Volkswagen May Have A Fix For The Diesel V6 EnginesJalopnikOne of Volkswagen's lawyers said at a court hearing today that the automaker thinks it has a fix for 85,000 3.0-liter diesel V6 VWs, Audis and Porsches that don't meet emissions requirements, Reuters reports. The four-cylinder engines are another story.and more »

Volkswagen Says Eventual Diesel V-6 Fix Won't Hurt Performance - Cars.com News;

Volkswagen Says Eventual Diesel V-6 Fix Won't Hurt Performance - Cars.com News

Cars.com NewsVolkswagen Says Eventual Diesel V-6 Fix Won't Hurt PerformanceCars.com NewsCARS.COM — The Volkswagen Group said today that it thinks it can fix the diesel V-6 engines involved in its ongoing emissions scandal without a drop in performance. Robert Giuffra, an attorney who represents the automaker, told a California judge ...and more »

Volkswagen Wants to Fix Polluting Diesels So It Doesn't Have to Buy Them All Back - Money Magazine;

Volkswagen Wants to Fix Polluting Diesels So It Doesn't Have to Buy Them All Back - Money Magazine

Money MagazineVolkswagen Wants to Fix Polluting Diesels So It Doesn't Have to Buy Them All BackMoney MagazineA lawyer for Volkswagen AG said at a court hearing Thursday the German automaker believed it could fix 85,000 polluting 3.0-liter VW, Audi and Porsche diesel cars and SUVs, a move that could help the company avoid a second pricey buyback. Separately ...and more »

14.7 Billion Reasons Why Volkswagen Should Have Welcomed Whistleblowers - Forbes;

14.7 Billion Reasons Why Volkswagen Should Have Welcomed Whistleblowers - Forbes

Forbes14.7 Billion Reasons Why Volkswagen Should Have Welcomed WhistleblowersForbesFor a lesson in what not to do in the way of corporate compliance, look at Volkswagen. The automaker had multiple opportunities to avoid – or at least stop – the problems that led to its announcement that it will pay a jaw-dropping $14.7 billion to ...and more »

VW diesel scandal settlement FAQ: The dirty details, cleaned up - Autoblog (blog);

VW diesel scandal settlement FAQ: The dirty details, cleaned up - Autoblog (blog)

Autoblog (blog)VW diesel scandal settlement FAQ: The dirty details, cleaned upAutoblog (blog)Volkswagen and US regulators announced a massive, $14.7 billion settlement in the ongoing diesel scandal yesterday. As with any legal case this large, there are a number of questions that might not be immediately clear. To fix that problem, here are ...and more »

Dieselgate Just a Bend in the Road for VW - Bloomberg;

Dieselgate Just a Bend in the Road for VW - Bloomberg

BloombergDieselgate Just a Bend in the Road for VWBloombergVolkswagen's $15 billion deal with customers and regulators may be the largest settlement ever for an automaker in the U.S., but it's only the first step in what will be a lengthy, painful effort to put the company's diesel emissions cheating scandal ...and more »

So How Many VW Executives Are Going to Jail Exactly? - Common Dreams (press release);

So How Many VW Executives Are Going to Jail Exactly? - Common Dreams (press release)

Common Dreams (press release)So How Many VW Executives Are Going to Jail Exactly?Common Dreams (press release)Volkswagen's emissions cheating was a crime, so why aren't the Feds treating it that way? by. Robert Weissman. 0. Tweet. 0. Share. 0. Share. 0. Share. 0. Pin. 0. Mail. 0. Share. 12 Comments. Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn resigned following ...and more »

How to Get Your $10000 From Volkswagen - Men's Journal;

How to Get Your $10000 From Volkswagen - Men's Journal

Men's JournalHow to Get Your $10000 From VolkswagenMen's JournalVolkswagen has reached an agreement in one of the largest class-action settlements the United States has ever seen. The hefty $14.7 billion sum is the result of the manufacturer settling with customers affected by its diesel emissions cheating scandal ...and more »

There's One GLARING Problem With EPA's Case Against Volkswagen - Daily Caller

There's One GLARING Problem With EPA's Case Against VolkswagenDaily CallerThe Environmental Protection Agency's massive legal settlement with the automaker Volkswagen over the company's use of “defeat devices” has a glaring problem. The settlement reveals an inconvenient truth about EPA's case against VW: there's no ...and more »

EU commissioner urges VW to compensate drivers for diesel scandal - Reuters UK;

EU commissioner urges VW to compensate drivers for diesel scandal - Reuters UK

Reuters UKEU commissioner urges VW to compensate drivers for diesel scandalReuters UKNew Volkswagen vehicles are parked with their exhaust pipes facing the street at a dealership in Medford, Massachusetts, U.S., June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/File Photo. BRUSSELS/BERLIN Europe's Industry Commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska ...and more »

What will VW do with 400000 dirty diesel cars it buys back? - Green Car Reports;

What will VW do with 400000 dirty diesel cars it buys back? - Green Car Reports

Green Car ReportsWhat will VW do with 400000 dirty diesel cars it buys back?Green Car ReportsAfter nine long months, the details of the VW diesel emission proposed settlement are out—hundreds of pages of them in at least 18 documents. Right up top is the requirement that Volkswagen buy back at least 85 percent of the affected VW and Audi ...and more »

Volkswagen Emissions Settlement: So When Can I Get My Money? - NBCNews.com;

Volkswagen Emissions Settlement: So When Can I Get My Money? - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comVolkswagen Emissions Settlement: So When Can I Get My Money?NBCNews.comThe government announced a settlement with Volkswagen on Tuesday after the company rigged 475,000 diesel vehicles in the U.S. to cover up the fact that they didn't meet emissions standards. The $14.7 billion settlement includes about $10 billion that, ...and more »

What the Volkswagen settlement means for car owners - Boston.com;

What the Volkswagen settlement means for car owners - Boston.com

Boston.comWhat the Volkswagen settlement means for car ownersBoston.comVolkswagen has agreed to pay almost $15 billion to settle claims in the United States over its diesel emissions scandal, affecting nearly half a million cars. This is what that could mean for vehicle owners: Who can take part? Owners of about 475,000 ...and more »

Volkswagen: From Dieselgate to Brexit - Wall Street Journal;

Volkswagen: From Dieselgate to Brexit - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalVolkswagen: From Dieselgate to BrexitWall Street JournalSpare a little pity for Volkswagen if you can. Just as the German car maker has reached a settlement with U.S. authorities and plaintiffs over the emissions scandal, a new crisis has hit its other major English-speaking market. Having failed to find an ...and more »

Here's Exactly How Much Volkswagen Will Pay You For Your Diesel Car - Jalopnik;

Here's Exactly How Much Volkswagen Will Pay You For Your Diesel Car - Jalopnik

JalopnikHere's Exactly How Much Volkswagen Will Pay You For Your Diesel CarJalopnikAs part of the unprecedented $14.7 billion settlement released earlier today, Volkswagen will offer substantial cash payments to owners of the 482,000 diesel four-cylinder cars affected by the emissions cheating scandal. If you own one of Volkswagen's ...and more »

Volkswagen agrees to record $14.7 billion settlement over emissions cheating - CNNMoney;

Volkswagen agrees to record $14.7 billion settlement over emissions cheating - CNNMoney

CNNMoneyVolkswagen agrees to record $14.7 billion settlement over emissions cheatingCNNMoneyVolkswagen's deliberate cheating on emissions tests will cost it a record $14.7 billion. And that's just the start of its problems. The settlement is only a preliminary step in the case; the automaker still faces possible criminal charges, as well as ...and more »

Volkswagen's $15 billion lesson on the stakes of sustainability - GreenBiz;

Volkswagen's $15 billion lesson on the stakes of sustainability - GreenBiz

GreenBizVolkswagen's $15 billion lesson on the stakes of sustainabilityGreenBizVolkswagen is a very expensive lesson on the stakes of making good on sustainability claims. The public backlash has already been swift, but the concrete financial toll of European automotive giant Volkswagen's deliberate manipulation of diesel ...and more »

VW Agrees To $15 Billion Diesel Emissions Cheating Settlement: Are You Affected And How Can You Get ... - Tech Times;

VW Agrees To $15 Billion Diesel Emissions Cheating Settlement: Are You Affected And How Can You Get ... - Tech Times

Tech TimesVW Agrees To $15 Billion Diesel Emissions Cheating Settlement: Are You Affected And How Can You Get ...Tech TimesThe smoke hasn't cleared yet in the wake of Volkswagen's emissions scandal, but at least 475,000 VW owners can somehow breathe easy after the carmaker agreed to pay $14.7 billion to compensate them. There are 11 million VW owners in total who have ...and more »