Volkswagen Cuts Spending to Cope with the Emissions Scandal
VW said on Friday that it would cut about $1.1 billion from its 2016 spending plans in anticipation of expenses related to its massive emissions-cheating crisis. Here's what is -- and isn't -- affected by the cuts.
Is Volkswagen Starting to Feel Financial Strain From Its Diesel Emissions Scandal?
Recent developments point to Volkswagen feeling a financial strain; let's look into its recent SEC filing and understand the situation facing investors.
Volkswagen Prepares to Explain How It Will Fix All of the Diesels
VW has until Friday to tell U.S. regulators how it will fix the 482,000 cheating diesels in the U.S. That could shed light on the ultimate costs of the company's massive emissions-cheating scandal.
Will Workers Reject Ford's New Labor Deal?
In a surprise twist, Ford's tentative new deal with the United Auto Workers looks likely to be rejected by workers. It's a richer deal than those at FCA or GM. But if it's not enough for workers, will Ford be willing or able to give more?