Matthias Müller, CEO of Volkswagen, comments on the company's discussions with U.S. authorities in relation to the emissions scandal. » Read More
The German carmaker said the cost of provisions to cover the emissions scandal had risen to 16.2 billion euros.
James Murphy, CEO of ad agency adam&eveDDB, talks about working with car maker Volkswagen following the emissions scandal.
WASHINGTON— Commerce Department releases new home sales for March, 10 a.m.. WASHINGTON— Commerce Department releases durable goods for March, 8:30 a.m.; Standard& Poor's releases S&P/Case-Shiller index of home prices for February, 9 a.m.; The Conference Board releases the Consumer Confidence Index for April, 10 a.m.; Federal Reserve policymakers meet to set...
European markets finished in negative territory after the ECB held its key interest rates unchanged and following a slew of disappointing earnings.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the compensation deal between Volkswagen and regulators over the diesel emissions scandal.
Automaker Volkswagen has reached a deal with the U.S. government over diesel emissions, a judge told Reuters Thursday.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the latest details on a reported deal between Volkswagen and U.S. officials on the diesel emissions scandal.
SAN FRANCISCO— Judge: Agreement over Volkswagen emissions scandal will give consumers options of buybacks, fixing vehicles.
Arndt Ellinghorst, head of global automotive research at Evercore ISI, weighs in on the reports that Volkswagen has reached a deal to buy back nearly 500,000 U.S. diesel cars.
Anyone suffering deja vu while watching Mitsubishi's top execs admit the company cheated on fuel economy tests should not be surprised.
BEIJING— China's love affair with SUVs is helping to cushion the blow of an unexpectedly painful slump in the rest of its crowded auto market. "Now the cool factor has kicked in and SUVs are super-hot in the China market." Scrambling for a piece of that action, automakers from General Motors Co. and Volkswagen AG to local players Great Wall and BYD are making SUVs the...
Bill George, CNBC Contributor and former Medtronic Chairman & CEO, discusses Volkswagen's compensation agreement with the U.S. government over the diesel emissions scandal.
A major German publication reported that Volkswagen and regulators have reached a compensation deal for its emissions scandal.
According to a report, Volkswagen has agreed to a settlement with the U.S. government which would allow them to pay each affected customer $5,000, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday, as crude oil prices pared losses.
Car manufacturer SEAT might belong to Germany's VW Group but the company's chief executive told CNBC that it has retained its own identity.
European stocks finished Friday in the red as investors digested the latest earnings and China data, ahead of a key oil summit this weekend.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
European new car sales rose 5.7 percent last month, despite a fall in sales for Volkswagen's core brand.
European equities closed higher on Monday, despite oil prices and a number of telecom stocks falling into negative territory.