- American City Business Journals•3 days ago
Volkswagen’s pain could be Georgia's gain. About $58 million of Volkswagen’s $14.7 billion settlement for violating federal clean air laws is headed to Georgia to help clean up the state’s transportation system, according to a report from the Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center. The report recommends using the funds to purchase electric vehicle fast-charging stations for the state’s highways along with an aggressive expansion of all-electric transit buses to replace diesel-powered buses.
- AFP•4 days ago
Former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn (L) and VW manager Gerwin Postel pictured before taking their seats inside the Bundestag (Lower house of parliament) compound in Berlin, on January 19, 2017 where ...
- Reuters•4 days ago
Former Volkswagen Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn refused to tell German lawmakers when he first learned about systematic exhaust emissions cheating but said it was no earlier than VW has officially admitted. VW has said its executive board did not learn of the software violations until late August 2015 and formally reported the cheating to authorities in the United States in early September that year.
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|Day's range||164.05 - 165.39|
|52-week range||121.75 - 165.39|
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|PE ratio (TTM)||141.72|
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