09 Oct 2015
BERLIN/WASHINGTON: Volkswagen's rigging of diesel emissions tests was not a company decision but the result of actions by a small number of engineers, its top US executive said yesterday.
07 Oct 2015
Berlin: Volkswagen Chief Executive Matthias Mueller said in an interview with a German newspaper that the company would launch a recall for cars affected by its diesel emissions crisis in January and complete the fix by the end of next year.
03 Oct 2015
Rome: The Italian antitrust authority has opened an investigation into Volkswagen (VW) for possibly misleading consumers who have bought diesel cars from the German automaker.
24 Sep 2015
Frankfurt: CEO of Volkswagen Group Martin Winterkorn on Wednesday announced his resignation as the company was caught in an emissions scandal.
02 Oct 2015
Frankfurt: Embattled auto giant Volkswagen said yesterday an investigation it has commissioned into its massive pollution cheating scandal would take several months, as Australia became the latest country to warn the company it could face huge fines.
21 Sep 2015
Berlin: Volkswagen shares plunged more than 20 percent today, their biggest ever one-day fall, after news the German carmaker had rigged US emissions tests, and Germany said it would investigate whether data had been falsified in Europe too.
26 Sep 2015
Berlin: Volkswagen's new boss, Matthias Mueller began trying to pull the embattled carmaker out of the wreckage of a pollution test rigging scandal today, as the United States and Switzerland banned the sale of the group's new diesel cars.
28 Sep 2015
Geneva: Sepp Blatter's 17-year reign as FIFA president could come to an inglorious end this week as world football's corruption scandal threatens to bring down the sport's most powerful man.
29 Sep 2015
Prague: Skoda, the Czech car-maker within the Volkswagen group, said today that over a million cars were fitted with pollution cheating software to dupe emissions tests.
28 Sep 2015
Aboard the papal plane: Pope Francis has defended his words of consolation to US bishops over the priest sex abuse scandal but said - for the first time – that those who covered up for abusers are guilty of wrongdoing.