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

WASHINGTON — Federal prosecutors announced criminal charges on Wednesday against six Volkswagen executives for their roles in the company's emissions-cheating scandal, a sharp turn by a departing administration that is trying to remake its image of ...and more »

VW's Emissions Scandal: How It Unfolded - Wall Street Journal

Volkswagen AG's VLKAY -1.25% agreement Wednesday to plead guilty to U.S. criminal charges caps a decadelong saga in which the German auto maker systematically cheated on emissions tests and then led U.S. authorities on a cat-and-mouse game for more ...and more »

Volkswagen will plead guilty to cheating on emissions tests - CBS News

Volkswagen has agreed to pay a total of $4.3 billion in criminal and civil penalties stemming from the German automaker's efforts to cheat on federal and state emissions tests, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday. That number includes $2 ...and more »

VW Managers Safe From Extradition, as Long as They Stay Home - Bloomberg

Five German Volkswagen AG executives facing U.S. charges linked to the diesel-emissions scandal may be able to avoid jail, but they may never be able to travel beyond the Black Forest again. While Germany doesn't extradite its citizens to countries ...and more »

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

The F.B.I. has arrested a Volkswagen executive in Florida, accusing him of playing a central role in a broad conspiracy to keep United States regulators from discovering that diesel vehicles made by the company were programmed to cheat on emissions ...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 »

VW pleads guilty in diesel scandal, will pay $4.3B in fines, 6 execs indicted - Digital Trends

Volkswagen has agreed to plead guilty to three criminal counts related to its use of “defeat device” software in diesel cars to cheat on emissions tests, the Justice Department announced today. VW agreed to pay a $2.8 billion criminal penalty, as well ...and more »

Volkswagen Agrees to Plead Guilty in Diesel-Emissions Scandal - Bloomberg

Volkswagen AG took a major step toward resolving one of the darkest chapters in its history Wednesday, agreeing to plead guilty in the U.S. to an emissions-cheating scandal and agreeing to pay $4.3 billion in penalties, while prosecutors announced ...and more »

US indicts six as Volkswagen agrees to $4.3 billion diesel settlement - Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) 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 ...and more »

VW emissions-cheating deal could put employees in hot seat - Chicago Tribune

The imminent criminal plea deal between Volkswagen and U.S. prosecutors in an emissions-cheating scandal could be bad news for one group of people: VW employees who had a role in the deceit or subsequent cover-up. VW on Tuesday disclosed that it is in ...and more »