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The yen rose on Monday, gaining around 0.6 percent against the dollar and the euro.
How Volkswagen will solve its "defeat device" problem without compromising performance of 482,000 VW diesels. NBC News reports.
European equities ended sharply lower on Monday as concerns over carmaker Volkswagen and miner Glencore continued to dent investor sentiment.
Prosecutors in the German state of Lower Saxony launch a criminal investigation into former CEO Martin Winterkorn.
Billionaire entrepreneur and outspoken environmentalist Richard Branson tells CNBC the Volkswagen emissions scandal should be a wake-up call to automakers.
Asian equity markets were mixed on Monday, with data from the world's second largest economy in focus.
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Volkswagen's own staff and one of its suppliers warned about emissions test cheating years ago, according to German newspapers.
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VW faces some desperate and immediate challenges.
"The Department of Justice is working closely with the EPA in the investigation into these allegations."
Volkswagen announced its next CEO Friday to replace Martin Winterkorn who stepped down in the wake of a growing emissions scandal.
European stocks closed sharply higher on Friday, shaking off the Volkswagen scandal and taking positive sentiment from the Federal Reserve.
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Former GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz tells CNBC he would not know where to start if he were the next CEO of Volkswagen.