The investigations, which may last for years, add to its challenges as the Toulouse, France-based company tries to expand overseas and counter slowing demand for new planes.
The raids came the same day that Audi was holding its annual press conference and mark a fresh blow to Volkswagen’s efforts to overcome the cheating crisis that erupted in September 2015.
Promising to build a "manufacturing powerhouse" along the U.S. Gulf coast, ExxonMobil announces it will invest $20 billion in 11 existing and new facilities.
Scrutiny escalates of Fiat Chrysler vehicles that environmental regulators have said violate pollution laws.
A key component is Exxon’s insistence that the tax be revenue-neutral, which means other taxes would be scaled back so the government’s take wouldn’t be any greater.
The criminal plea is part of the ballooning bill that has followed the carmaker’s September 2015 admission that about 11 million diesel cars worldwide were outfitted with so-called defeat devices.
The South Korean giant checked in at No. 49 in the annual Harris Poll rankings of the 100 most visible corporations, down 42 spots from a year ago.