Dieselgate Scandal: Six Volkswagen Employees Indicted By The U.S Justice Department - NDTVAuto.com

A U.S. grand jury has indicted six current and former executives of Volkswagen AG for their alleged part in the company's U.S. emissions fraud. The company admitted to the wrongdoing and has agreed to pay a record $4.3 billion as penalty. The Justice ...

In VW case, US takes aim at employees, not just corporation - U.S. News & World Report

Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe listen during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017, announcing criminal and civil resolutions with Volkswagen. Volkswagen pleads ...

VW pleads guilty in emissions scandal - OCRegister

The federal indictments and plea deal were announced Wednesday by the Justice Department in Washington involving the pollution violation and an elaborate and wide-ranging scheme to cover it up. GENE J. PUSKAR , THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

VW faces reforms, oversight for three years under US settlement - Yahoo News UK

A Volkswagen logo is seen at a dealership in Seoul, South Korea, August 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/File Photo. More. By David Shepardson. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG, as part of a $4.3 billion settlement with U.S. regulators, ...

6 Top Volkswagen Executives Indicted for Programming Diesel Cars to Cheat on Emissions Tests - ABC News

To the index of other news, major developments for Volkswagen tonight. The company pleading guilty to three criminal charges. U.S. Prosecutors indicting six top executives accused of a ten-year conspiracy to program their cars to cheat on emissions tests.

Volkswagen pays 4.3 bln dollars in penalties to settle US emissions scandal - Xinhua

WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Volkswagen has agreed to pay 4.3 billion U.S. dollars in criminal and civil penalties to settle its emissions cheating scandal involving about 590,000 diesel vehicles in the United States, the U.S. Justice Department ...

VW agrees to settlement over diesel scandal - Sky News Australia

Volkswagen AG has agreed to a $US4.3 billion ($A5.8 billion) settlement to resolve the US government's civil and criminal investigations into the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating, two sources said. US Attorney-General Loretta Lynch and ...

U.S. indicts six as Volkswagen agrees to $4.3 bln diesel settlement - Yahoo Finance

WASHINGTON, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG has agreed to pay the largest ever U.S. criminal fine levied on an automaker to settle charges that it conspired for nearly 10 years to cheat on diesel emission tests, while prosecutors on Wednesday charged ...

VW pleads guilty, pays US$4.3b in 'dieselgate' - Malay Mail Online

A US flag flutters in the wind above a Volkswagen dealership in Carlsbad, California, May 2, 2016. — Reuters picWASHINGTON, Jan 12 — Volkswagen AG will plead guilty to three criminal charges and pay a total US$4.3 billion in fines to settle the ...

Case against Volkswagen is 'stronger after US fines' - Daily Mail

Volkswagen's agreement to plead guilty and pay fines of $4.3billion over the dieselgate scandal in America will strengthen the case of thousands of UK motorists seeking redress in Britain, said lawyers. The number of motorists now formally signed up to ...

Volkswagen to cough up $6 billion 5 hours ago - Newshub

Volkswagen says it has negotiated a US$4.3 billion (NZ$6 billion) draft settlement with US regulators to resolve its diesel emissions troubles and plans to plead guilty to criminal misconduct. The guilty plea is part of the civil and criminal deal as ...

Volkswagen Pleads Guilty, Pays $4.3 Billion in Fines to Settle Diesel Emissions Scandal - 610kvnu

Thinkstock/iStock(WASHINGTON) -- Automotive giant Volkswagen AG has agreed to pay $4.3 billion in criminal and civil fines for the company's diesel emissions cheating scandal, the Justice Department and automaker announced Wednesday. A federal ...

Six Volkswagen executives indicted in emission scandal - Business Standard

US officials on Wednesday indicted six executives of German automaker Volkswagen in the emission scandal with the company agreeing to pay $4.3 billion in fines, a media report said. The executives were indicted in connection with the company's efforts ...

6 VW employees indicted in emissions scandal; VW fined $4.3B - Sacramento Bee

Six high-level Volkswagen employees from Germany were indicted in the U.S. on Wednesday in the VW emissions-cheating scandal, while the company itself agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay $4.3 billion — by far the biggest fine ever ...

6 Volkswagen execs indicted over emissions scandal - FOX 61

NEW YORK — Six Volkswagen executives were indicted Wednesday in connection with the carmaker's emissions cheating scandal. The indictment was announced the day after Volkswagen said that it had agreed to pay $4.3 billion in federal fines and take ...

Some Indicted VW Officials May Be Beyond US Reach - Wall Street Journal

BERLIN—A U.S. federal grand jury indicted six Volkswagen AG executives Wednesday for their alleged roles in the company's emissions-cheating scandal but five of them are believed to be in Germany, and may never see the inside of a U.S. courtroom.

Automaker pleads guilty, will pay $4.3B penalty - Environment & Energy Publishing

Volkswagen AG will plead guilty to three criminal felonies and pay $4.3 billion in civil and criminal penalties over its deliberate and yearslong scheme to deceive U.S. regulators over the pollution of its diesel vehicles, federal prosecutors announced ...

US indicts 6 Volkswagen employees in emission scandal - Anadolu Agency

Six Volkswagen employees were indicted for conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and the company agreed to pay $4.3 billion in penalties, the Justice Department announced Wednesday. The company will pay a $2.8 billion criminal penalty for 590,000 vehicles ...

Video: Volkswagen pleads guilty to criminal charges in emissions scandal - Twin Falls Times-News

Volkswagen agreed to enter a guilty plea to three criminal felony counts and pay a whopping $4.3 billion in penalties. Watch: Volkswagen Pleads Guilty To Criminal Charges In Emissions Scandal ...

Volkswagen diesel settlement blames managers below board level - TODAYonline

FRANKFURT - Volkswagen agreed a $4.3 billion settlement to resolve the U.S. government's civil and criminal investigations into its diesel emissions cheating on Wednesday, which singled out six senior managers below board level, ...