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Volkswagen must prepare for ‘revolution’ to tackle Tesla and Chinese auto cos, says VW CEO Diess
Volkswagen is pumping 35 billion euros ($40 billion) into the shift to electric vehicles and aims to become the world's largest electric carmaker by 2025.
Volkswagen deems it 'impossible' to further accelerate shift to electrification: Here's why
Volkswagen chief executive Herbert Diess said it is "impossible" to speed up the German carmaker's electric transformation because of the complexities and investments involved.
Bundesliga: Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn leaves Bayern Munich supervisory board
At Monday's AGM, Hoeness was confirmed as Bayern's supervisory board chairman for another four-year term, with former Adidas CEO Herbert Hainer as first deputy chairman
Volkswagen is roughly two years behind Waymo in terms of development say CEO Diess
Volkswagen has earmarked almost 44 billion euros ($50 billion) for developing autonomous driving.
Waymo has up to two year headstart in autonomous cars says Volkswagen CEO
Volkswagen has earmarked almost $50 billion for developing electric car by 2023.
Volkswagen to build up to 50 million electric cars says CEO Herbert Diess
Also, Volkswagen and Ford are looking at expanding cooperation, mainly in commercial vehicles.
Volkswagen 'dirty diesels' scandal: Audi CEO Rupert Stadler arrested on risk he may suppress evidence
Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler has been arrested in connection with parent company Volkswagen's "dieselgate" emissions cheating scandal
Volkswagen managers and unions are seeking to curb competition from lower-cost stablemate Skoda
Volkswagen managers and unions are seeking to curb competition from lower-cost stablemate Skoda.
Prosecutors confirm proble investigating Volkswagen AG's chairman
German prosecutors confirmed on Monday they are investigating Volkswagen AG's supervisory board chairman over suspected market manipulation, in another blow to efforts to contain fallout from the automaker's diesel emissions scandal.
Volkswagen USA CEO Michael Horn resigns
Michael Horn assumed the role as CEO of Volkswagen Group of America in January 2014