Volkswagen Nears $3B Criminal Agreement: Report

Volkswagen may soon finalize an agreement with the U.S. Justice Department to resolve civil and criminal investigations held in the wake of the company’s diesel scandal.

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This One Tweet Shows How Hard It Will Be for VW to Earn Back Trust

If you think Volkswagen’s dieselgate scandal hasn’t left a lasting impression with customers, think again.

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Porsche is Under Investigation for Using a Defeat Device

Nearly 15 months since Volkswagen’s diesel scandal first broke, Porsche is now under investigation for the same issue.

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VW Argues That Defeat Device Isn't Illegal in Europe

Volkswagen is arguing that the device that precipitated the TDI scandal did not, in fact, violate European law. The move follows increasing pressure to provide European TDI owners with American-style compensation.

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Hyundai Wants to Take Advantage of Volkswagen's Diesel Scandal

Hyundai is offering a special promotion to those affected by Volkswagen’s massive diesel scandal.

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Volkswagen to Pay $14.7B in US to Settle Diesel Cheating Scandal

Volkswagen AG has announced that Judge Charles R Breyer has granted final approval to the settlement between VW and owners of 2.0-liter TDI cars that were found to be cheating on emissions tests.

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Audi Reportedly Buying Back Some Diesel Vehicles

Audi is reportedly in discussions on buying back 25,000 diesel vehicles from their owners.

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Volkswagen Won't Sell Off Any of Its Brands to Pay for Dieselgate

Volkswagen has no plans of selling off its brands to cover the costs of its massive diesel scandal.

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Volkswagen Dealers Get $1.85 Million in Settlement

Volkswagen AG is making nice with its once-ornery U.S. dealer network to the tune of $1.85 million per dealer.

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U.S. Volkswagen Engineer Charged in Diesel Probe

A criminal charge has been laid in the U.S. Justice Department’s probe into the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal.

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Majority of Volkswagen TDI Owners Are Picking the Buyback

More than 200,000 Volkswagen and Audi TDI owners have registered to participate in the settlement program and most of them have chosen the buyback option, says lead plaintiff’s attorney Elizabeth Cabraser.

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Volkswagen, US Looking to Settle Criminal Probe Over Diesel Scandal

The Volkswagen Group and the U.S. Justice Department are in preliminary talks to settle a criminal probe into the automaker’s massive diesel scandal.

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Volkswagen Reportedly Used Three Software Cheats on V6 Diesel Engines

U.S. officials have turned their focus to the software cheats Volkswagen used on its V6 diesel engines.

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Volkswagen, CARB to Begin Testing Possible Diesel Fix

Volkswagen is trying to avoid buying back as many as 475,000 diesel cars.

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Volkswagen Brand Sales Up for First Time Since January

The Volkswagen brand is reporting a 4.7 percent increase in June deliveries as compared to last year, and China and the Tiguan are largely to thank.

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