Some call it greenwashing, some call it futureproofing, but VW is changing its focus by investing in what CEO Matthias Müller calls "mobility solutions".
Can the diesel engine still be saved? The automotive industry is hopeful, unions are demanding it and environmental groups are against it. Politicians are looking for a common thread. Sabine Kinkartz from Berlin.
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller is being probed by investigators on market manipulation charges, prosecutors in Stuttgart have confirmed. It's the latest fallout from the firm's dieselgate scandal.
Volkswagen is considering whether to pay top managers millions of euros in bonuses as the company reels from its diesel emissions scandal. CEO Matthias Müller has suggested a 30 percent cut, according to a media report.
To reverse Volkswagen's flagging fortunes on the Russian market, the German carmaker's CEO Matthias Müller has met with President Vladimir Putin to reportedly seek special privileges for his company.
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