Audi on Wednesday confirmed Bram Schot will serve as its new CEO starting January 1, 2019. Schot, currently the sales and marketing boss at the German automaker, has served as interim CEO since June... MotorAuthority - Published
Former Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was released from a German prison this week after spending four months behind bars. While never charged, Stadler was taken into custody over concerns he would suppress.. MotorAuthority - Published Also reported by •SeattlePI.com •Seattle Times •autoevolution •CNNMoney
According to Automotive News, Volkswagen Group terminated the contract for Audi's CEO.
VW terminated Rupert Stadler's contract due to a criminal investigation into whether he was involved in emissions..
The Volkswagen Group's supervisory board will meet Monday to discuss the future of Rupert Stadler, who is the suspended CEO of its Audi premium brand. Automotive News reports that the board is due to..
BERLIN (AP) — A German court has ordered the release of former Audi CEO Rupert Stadler, more than four months after he was arrested in an investigation into the manipulation of diesel emissions.. Seattle Times - Published
VW AG has ended its contract with Rupert Stadler, removing the embattled executive as CEO and from the Audi and Volkswagen boards several months after he was arrested for his involvement in the.. TechCrunch - Published
Volkswagen on Tuesday terminated Audi Chief Executive Officer Rupert Stadler after lengthy discussions between the automaker's legal team and its board of directors. Stadler, who has been jailed since.. MotorAuthority - Published
Volkswagen has terminated the contract of suspended Audio CEO Rupert Stadler effective immediately. According to a press release, the decision appears to be mutual. Stadler cannot fulfill his duties to.. engadget - Published
Audi’s former executive officer, Rupert Stadler, lost yet another battle in court this week as he was seeking to be released from custody. According to Business Times, Stadler’s release was denied.. autoevolution - Published
· *Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested on Monday in Germany.*
· *He was taken into custody due to concerns that he could interfere with an investigation into devices that Volkswagen — Audi's.. Business Insider - Published
The CEO of Volkswagen’s luxury brand Audi, jailed Monday in a probe into his alleged role in the car maker’s diesel-emissions cheating scandal, has pledged to cooperate with prosecutors and could.. Wall Street Journal - Published
Germany Audi leader arrested German authorities on Monday detained the chief executive of Volkswagen’s Audi division, Rupert Stadler, as part of a probe into manipulation of emissions controls. The.. SFGate - Published
___ Experts say auto tariffs would raise prices, cost jobs DETROIT (AP) — If President Donald Trump delivers on threats to slap 25 percent tariffs on automobiles and parts, experts say it will cut.. SeattlePI.com - Published
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested today, a week after his home was raided by German prosecutors. He has reportedly been detained for his alleged role in Dieselgate, a scandal unearthed in 2015 that.. engadget - Published Also reported by •bizjournals •FT.com
German prosecutors reportedly said they feared that Rupert Stadler might attempt to suppress evidence. The head of Volkswagen's luxury car brand was taken into custody Monday morning. NPR - Published Also reported by •azcentral.com •USATODAY.com
The CEO of Volkswagen’s luxury brand Audi was arrested in connection with an investigation of his role in the German car maker’s diesel emissions-cheating scandal. Wall Street Journal - Published Also reported by •CBS News
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On Monday morning, German auto group Volkswagen said German authorities have arrested Audi’s CEO Rupert Stadler. The auto group has not released any other additional details, limiting itself at.. autoevolution - Published