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Volkswagen's record settlement payout: treating the symptom not the disease - The Conversation AU

Volkswagen's corporate strategy reveals a weakness that may lead to future scandals. Julian Stratenschutle/AAP. Volkswagen's record settlement payout: treating the symptom not the disease. July 3, 2016 9.32pm EDT. Carl Rhodes. Author. Carl Rhodes ...and more »

Volkswagen (VOW) Refuses To Offer Compensations In Europe After Historic US Settlement In 'Dieselgate' Emissions ... - International Business Times

After sealing a historic $15 billion settlement to resolve its emissions scandal in the U.S., Volkswagen's CEO Matthias Müller has rejected calls for the carmaker to similarly compensate customers in Europe over the “Dieselgate” emissions scandal. The ...and more »

VW Rejects Cash Offer for European Car Owners - Wall Street Journal

CEO Matthias Müller wants to avoid grave financial harm to VW. Photo: Paul Sancya/Associated Press. By. William Boston. William Boston. The Wall Street Journal. BiographyWilliam Boston · @berlindiary · BerlinDiary · Updated July ...and more »

VW boss rejects calls to compensate European drivers following 'dieselgate' settlement in the US -

The boss of Volkswagen has rejected calls to compensate European customers in the same way as it is repaying American drivers after the carmaker agreed to a $14.7bn settlement in the US over its emissions scandal. Speaking to the German Sunday ...and more »

Attorney with local ties worked on emissions case - Traverse City Record Eagle

The Volkswagen logo is seen on the grill of a Volkswagen on display in Pittsburgh. Associated Press file photo. TRAVERSE CITY — Lesley Weaver started getting calls right after news broke that Volkswagen had cheated on diesel emissions tests. “The ...and more »

VW boss reiterates European owners will not be compensated after $15billion package for Dieselgate cars in US - This is Money

If you are British of European, own a VW Group car affected by the emissions cheating scandal and had your hopes up about receiving compensation, think again. That's the sentiment expressed by Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller in an interview with a ...and more »

VW says US 'Dieselgate' settlement not to be replicated in Europe - Reuters

BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) CEO has rejected calls for the carmaker to compensate customers in Europe over the 'Dieselgate' emissions scandal along the lines of its $15 billion deal in the United States, telling a German newspaper a ...and more »

No diesel settlement for 8.5 million European VW owners, CEO says - Autoweek

Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller has rejected calls to compensate European owners of diesel cars with emissions-cheating software in the same manner as those in the U.S., Reuters reports citing the Welt am Sonntag paper. Mueller has been under pressure ...and more »

Volkswagen May Just End Up Scrapping Every Car Caught Up In Dieselgate - CarBuzz

One of the biggest questions surrounding Dieselgate was how Volkswagen intended to fix the cars caught up in the scandal. The answer to that question is still being worked out. However, we know that as part of its settlement, the German automaker will ...and more »

Dieselgate: VW rules out buyback program in Europe - LeftLane News

Volkswagen has ruled out compensating customers in Europe who bought a car fitted with an illegal defeat device. Elzbieta Bienkowska, the European Union's industry commissioner, told Volkswagen that it would be unfair not to compensate buyers in Europe ...and more »