Why BMW Shares Got Clobbered Today
Auto investors are jittery in the wake of a massive scandal that has engulfed Volkswagen. BMW shares felt their wrath on Thursday.
Volkswagen Group Prepares to Appoint a New CEO
VW is expected to get a new CEO on Friday. Meanwhile, the consequences of VW's decision to cheat on U.S. emissions tests continue to grow.
The Volkswagen Scandal: Another Symptom of Executives With No Skin in the Game
More situations like this will pop up as long as executives have a golden parachute.
Why Volkswagen Shares Crashed This Week
A 60-seond look at the global scandal that has engulfed the German auto giant and forced CEO Martin Winterkorn to resign.
Volkswagen's CEO Resigns as Worldwide Pressure Grows
VW CEO Martin Winterkorn will step down in the wake of revelations that the company sold millions of cars that were designed to cheat on emissions tests. This is likely the beginning of a major shake-up at the German auto giant.
Mercedes-Benz: We Will Challenge Tesla Motors
Mercedes' product chief confirmed that the company plans an electric car with Tesla-like range, as all three of the German luxury-car giants prepare direct competitors to Tesla's hot-selling electric luxury models.
Volkswagen Shares Drop Again as Criminal Charges are Weighed
Volkswagen's share price has dropped by 32% over the last two days, as details of VW's long-running effort to cheat on emissions tests around the world continue to come to light.
Volkswagen Shares Are Pounded as Its Cheating Scandal Goes Global
VW admitted on Tuesday that it sold 11 million cars around the world with software designed to cheat on emissions tests. Officials around the world want answers -- and so does VW's board of directors.
Why Volkswagen (Allegedly) Cheated on Emissions Tests
VW faces massive fines for using in-car software to cheat U.S. emissions testing. Why would it do such a thing? Here's the likely explanation -- and a look at what could come next for VW.
Volkswagen Shares Are Rocked After Allegations That It Cheated Emissions Tests
The EPA says that VW deliberately programmed some of its diesel-powered cars to cheat on U.S. emissions tests -- and it says it has a lot of evidence. VW shares dropped almost 20% on Monday as U.S. and European officials demanded answers.