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EXCLUSIVE-VW eyes possible sale of motorbike brand Ducati - sources

Volkswagen is considering a possible sale of Italian motorcycle maker Ducati as Europe's largest carmaker streamlines operations to help fund a strategic overhaul following its emissions scandal, two..
DNA

U.S. judge sentences Volkswagen to three years probation, oversight

DETROIT (Reuters) - A federal judge in Detroit on Friday sentenced Volkswagen AG to three years' probation and independent oversight for the German automaker's diesel emissions scandal as part of a..
Reuters India

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News video: BMW Will Expand US Diesel Offerings

BMW Will Expand US Diesel Offerings 00:36

Just because it's much harder to get a diesel approved for sale in the US in 2017 doesn't mean automakers are giving up on the idea entirely. BMW has confirmed that it will bring a diesel-powered 5..
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News video: US judge puts Volkswagen on three-year probation for diesel scandal

US judge puts Volkswagen on three-year probation for diesel scandal 00:50

A US federal judge has sentenced Volkswagen to three years’ probation and independent monitoring over the diesel emissions scandal. The ruling, confirming a $4.3 billion settlement announced in..
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News video: Volkswagen put on probation, hit with criminal fine

Volkswagen put on probation, hit with criminal fine 01:04

A federal judge in Detroit on Friday sentenced Volkswagen to three years of probation and ordered the automaker to pay a $2.8 billion criminal fine tied to the emissions cheating scandal, which it..
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News video: Volkswagen Slapped With Largest Fine in U.S. History

Volkswagen Slapped With Largest Fine in U.S. History 00:41

A federal judge in Detroit Friday signed off on what could be one of the last big developments in the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal. The judge ordered the German maker to pay a $2.8 billion..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Sentence next for Volkswagen in US diesel emissions scandal

Sentence next for Volkswagen in US diesel emissions scandal 01:47

Volkswagen and the U.S. government are asking a judge to approve a $2.8 billion criminal penalty against the automaker for cheating on diesel emissions tests.
Source: WXYZ Detroit -

 

Sentence next for Volkswagen in US diesel emissions scandal

Volkswagen and the US government are asking a judge to approve a USD 2.8 billion criminal penalty against the automaker for cheating on diesel emissions tests.
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

Former U.S. deputy attorney general to be named Volkswagen monitor - source

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department is expected to name a former deputy attorney general under President George W. Bush to serve as independent monitor of Volkswagen AG as part of a plea..
Reuters India

Volkswagen brand recovery helps to power profit rise

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen reported a 28 percent jump in first-quarter operating profit, helped by a return to earnings growth at its core VW brand which has struggled to recover from the German..
Reuters India

Volkswagen Q1 operating profit jumps thanks to VW brand

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen posted a 28 percent jump in first-quarter operating profit, helped by a return to earnings growth at its core VW brand, which has struggled to recover from the German..
Reuters India

VW US chief says sales will recover, announces new SUV

Volkswagen of America's CEO says he's confident the brand's sales will recover from a diesel emissions cheating scandal as it rolls out new SUVs for the US.
DNA

EU Parliament backs tougher car approval rules after VW scandal

The European Parliament on Tuesday endorsed tougher draft rules the approval of new cars aimed at tackling conflicts of interest between national regulators and their domestic manufacturers to avoid a..
DNA

German prosecutors expect rulings in Volkswagen scandal this year - report

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German prosecutors expect the first rulings this year in legal cases resulting from the Volkswagen emissions scandal, Automobilwoche magazine reported on Saturday.
Sify Also reported by •Reuters India

Volkswagen files complaint over searches of its dieselgate law firm

BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen has filed a legal complaint with a Munich court, seeking to prevent German prosecutors from using information seized during searches of the law firm it hired to..
Reuters India Also reported by •Sify

German environmental lobby sues motor authority over VW scandal

German environmental group Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH) has filed a suit against German motor authority KBA, accusing it of failing to act robustly enough over Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal.
DNA

UK lawmakers demand more answers from VW over diesel scandal

LONDON (Reuters) - British lawmakers have written to Volkswagen seeking more answers from the German carmaker over the diesel emissions scandal, after criticising the firm for failing to adequately..
Reuters India Also reported by •Sify

Judge orders VW executive held until trial in emissions case

A federal judge in Detroit on Thursday ordered that a Volkswagen AG executive charged in the automaker's diesel emissions scandal be detained until his trial set for January 2018.
DNA

German prosecutors search Audi for second day in emissions probe

MUNICH (Reuters) - German investigators searched Audi offices for a second day on Thursday in connection with the emissions scandal still rocking parent Volkswagen, according to the Munich prosecutor's..
Reuters India

German prosecutors search Audi offices over 'dieselgate'

State prosecutors in southern Germany said today they had searched offices belonging to carmaker Audi over parent company Volkswagen's diesel emissions cheating scandal.
DNA


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