VW shareholders question bonuses in wake of US diesel deal - Reuters

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Volkswagen to Pay $4.3 Billion to US, 6 VW Executives Indicted - CarComplaints.com

In addition, U.S. prosecutors have indicted six Volkswagen executives for their roles in the emissions fraud. By pleading guilty, VW will pay a $2.8 billion criminal penalty and another $1.5 billion penalty to satisfy claims connected to the automaker ...

Volkswagen AG agrees to pay $4.3bn penalty - Irish Examiner

Volkswagen AG took a major step toward resolving one of the darkest chapters in its history yesterday, pleading guilty in the US to an emissions-cheating scandal and agreeing to pay $4.3bn (€4bn) in penalties, while prosecutors announced charges ...

Volkswagen Will Pay Up In Emissions Scandal - Vocativ

Following the scandal surrounding Volkswagen's admitted deception of the Environmental Protection Agency and consumers that came to light in 2015, Volkswagen has agreed to pay $4.3 billion. Six executives with the company have been indicted on ...

Here Are The Six VW Executives Charged For The Dieselgate Scandal - CarBuzz

Only days before the US presidential transition, the US Justice Department has announced that it has indicted six Volkswagen executives for their part in the Dieselgate scandal. According to The Washington Post, at least a few of these executives are ...

Volkswagen Pleads Guilty In Emissions Scandal, Agrees To Pay $4.3 Billion - NDTV

Washington: Six high-level Volkswagen employees have been indicted by a grand jury in the company's emissions cheating scandal, as the company admitted wrongdoing and agreed to pay a record $4.3 billion penalty. In announcing the federal indictments ...

Volkswagen used a derivative of its defeat device in India: Arai - Livemint

Arai director Rashmi Urdhwareshe. Volkswagen is now in the process of recalling the cars to change this defeat device-derived software. New Delhi: German automaker Volkswagen AG used a derivative of its infamous defeat device in cars sold in India to ...

VW pleads guilty to emissions cheating, will pay $4.3b - Radio New Zealand

Volkswagen has pleaded guilty to three criminal charges in the US and pay fines totalling $US4.3 billion (NZ$6b) to settle charges over the emissions-rigging scandal. The firm will pay $US2.8b in criminal fines and $US1.5b in civil fines. no caption.

VW pleads guilty to US criminal charges, pays $4.3bn in 'dieselgate' - Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)

image WASHINGTON: Volkswagen AG will plead guilty to three criminal charges and pay a total $4.3 billion in fines to settle the emissions cheating scandal known as "dieselgate," US officials announced on Wednesday. The Justice Department also charged ...

Volkswagen admits emissions cheating and cover-up, will pay US $4.3 billion; 6 employees indicted - Times of India

WASHINGTON: Six high-level Volkswagen employees from Germany were indicted in the US 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 ...

Volkswagen pleads guilty in US emissions scam - MarketWatch

Volkswagen AG formally admitted to criminal wrongdoing in its diesel-emissions cheating, according to a plea agreement the auto maker filed Wednesday that also shows U.S. prosecutors are pursuing other company officials who VW acknowledged are ...

US Justice Department will indict another six Volkswagen employees in diesel scandal - Autoblog (blog)

This story has been updated with information provided by the Department of Justice. See below. Just two days after arresting Volkswagen regulatory compliance chief Oliver Schmidt in Florida on charges related to the TDI scandal, and hours after a ...

6 VW employees indicted in emissions scandal; VW fined $4.3B - Chicago Sun-Times

German automaker Volkswagen AG said Tuesday it was in "advanced talks" with United States authorities over a proposed settlement in its diesel emissions scandal. | AP file photo. MICHAEL BIESECKER, TOM KRISHER and DEE-ANN DURBIN | AP ...

Volkswagen in running for global sales title - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

FRANKFURT, Germany — It's ironic: Volkswagen spent 2016 battling a huge scandal over cars it rigged to cheat on emissions tests. And now stands a decent chance to pass Toyota for the title of world's biggest carmaker for the year. Booming business in ...

Volkswagen to plead guilty to criminal charges, pay $4.3 billion settlement in US - Deutsche Welle

The US Department of Justice has announced that Volkswagen will plead guilty to three criminal charges and pay a record $4.3 billion in fines. The US will also charge six VW executives for various crimes. Dieselgate (picture-alliance/dpa/F. Gentsch) ...

VW Dropped From Trusted-Cargo Program Over Cheating Scandal - IndustryWeek

As a result, VW vehicles and engines imported to the U.S. face a greater risk of lengthy delays at border crossings. Getty Images. Advertisement. The emissions-cheating scandal that has cost Volkswagen AG more than $20 billion has also made it harder ...

US authorities pursuing more VW personnel over diesel scandal - Financial Times

For the first time since Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal broke in September 2015, executives accused of devising the illegal software at the centre of the affair have been named. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we ...

6 more VW bosses charged in emissions scandal, including former R&D head - Christian Science Monitor

On Wednesday, the six executives were charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States, defraud customers, and violate the Clean Air Act. Monitor's Best: Top 5. Paleo diet revamped? Prehistoric plaque reveals what Neanderthals ate. After Trump ...

DOJ claims VW destroyed records as diesel crisis unfolded - Autoweek

In announcing the charges against the six individuals, which included conspiracy and wire fraud, the DOJ also leveled the charge of obstruction of justice in alleging that VW employees had destroyed documents detailing the emissions-cheating software.

Daily Drive-Thru: Volkswagen reaches $4.3 billion settlement, Honda adds to Takata recalls, Tesla hires Apple ... - New York Daily News

Six Volkswagen execs were indicted as the German automaker reached a $4.3 billion settlement in its emissions-cheating scandal. (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images). BY Amanda Silvestri. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Thursday, January 12, 2017, 11:38 AM.