Audi’s labor boss has called on the automaker’s top management to build more electric models in Germany and extend a job guarantee for workers in its home market beyond 2018.
The German states of Hesse and Baden-Wuerttemberg said on Friday they would sue Volkswagen Group for damages over its emissions-test cheating scandal, joining a group of equities investors also seeking compensation.
Global debut of the new large SUV by ŠKODA: followed by a spectacular show set in the Berlin power plant the new ŠKODA KODIAQ rolled into the spotlight last week.
Following intensive discussions, Dr. Bernd Bohr and Heinz Hermann Thiele have agreed that Dr. Bohr will resign his seat on the Supervisory Board of Knorr-Bremse AG effective July 4, 2016 and thus also step down as Chairman of this body.
Te German state of Lower Saxony, Volkswagen Group’s second-largest shareholder, refused to sign off on the actions last year of two of the company’s board members in an unusual public split among the automaker’s close-knit owners.
Carl Horst Hahn (born 1 July 1926) is chairman emeritus of the Volkswagen Group. He served as the Chairman of the Board of Management of the group’s parent company, Volkswagen AG (formerly Volkswagenwerk AG) from 1982 to 1993.
BMW plans to appoint new finance and purchasing chiefs as CEO Harald Krueger builds a younger management team to lead the automaker into the future, a German business magazine reported.
Volkswagen Group agreed to raise German workers’ pay after labor leaders vowed that employees won’t foot the multi-billion-euro bill to resolve its diesel-emissions scandal.
Volkswagen Group has a chance to post solid growth in its operating business this year even as it grapples with its emissions-cheating scandal and a strategic repositioning, CEO Matthias Mueller said.
German car sales were flat in March, the country’s main industry association said, marking the first month in almost a year that sales volumes did not grow in Europe’s biggest auto market.
Volkswagen suspends production at its small showcase factory in the German city of Dresden as the carmaker alters its model strategy to cut costs in the wake of the emissions test scandal.
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