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Arndt Ellinghorst, head of global automotive research at Evercore ISI, speculates who might replace Volkswagen's CEO Martin Winterkorn, who stepped down today over the diesel emissions scandal.
The embattled CEO was "shocked by the events of the past few days" and "stunned that misconduct on such a scale was possible in the Volkswagen Group."
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the resignation of VW CEO Martin Winterkorn and the impact the scandal may have on global sales.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports CEO Martin Winterkorn resigns as top executive at Volkswagen.
Matt DeLorenzo, managing editor at Kelley Blue Book, thinks car maker Volkswagen will face more than just class-action lawsuits, as CEO Martin Winterkorn resigns over the emission rigging scandal.
Volkswagen CEO Martin Martin Winterkorn resigns over the diesel car emissions scandal.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports VW is calling a press conference on the heels of its emission scandal to announce its CEO is stepping down.
VW had a previous run-in with authorities over vehicles that used so-called "defeat devices" to disable pollution-control systems. NBCNews reports.
Starbucks, Wal-Mart and Goldman Sachs are among the latest round of companies making the pledge to convert completely to renewable energy.
Mike Jackson, leader of the nation's largest auto dealer chain, said Wednesday Volkswagen's U.S. emission deception is "absolutely shocking" and a "systemic failure."
A 24-year-old man has been charged after officials say he punched a 78-year-old man over free Nutella waffle samples at Costco.
A senior Russian official said the cabinet decided that any food production in the country will completely exclude any genetically-modified organisms.
Paul Ingrassia, Reuters managing editor, weighs in on Volkswagen's diesel deception and the road ahead for the automaker.
CNBC's Nancy Hulgrave reports the latest details on VW's emission scandal and the potential leadership fallout.
Peppering Trump with questions and wisecracks during his appearance, the CBS host reduced the usually domineering Trump to straight-man status.
Martyn Briggs, industry principal at Frost & Sullivan, says consumer trust is a bigger challenge for Volkswagen and other automakers.
Wednesday’s meeting of Volkswagen’s supervisory board is likely to have seismic consequences for the automaker and its embattled chief executive.
The Washington Post says it will start running every single one of its stories, some 1,200 articles a day, on Facebook via Instant Articles.
Actor Sean Penn claims filmmaker Lee Daniels unfairly suggested he had a repeated history of domestic abuse allegations.
CNBC gives a breakdown of the Volkswagen emissions scandal and what it means for the company, the U.S. government and you.