Shahid Khan is most famous for being the mustachioed owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Before he bought the team, though, he built Flex-N-Gate into a top auto-parts supplier and is now setting his sights on buying airbag maker Takata.
Sep 27, 2016
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The Justice Department is reportedly trying to reach a settlement with Volkswagen by January, with the government assessing how much of a criminal fine it can extract from the German auto giant without putting it out of business.
Who will purchase the financially-embattled airbag maker Takata? Five companies are reportedly in the running, but the added costs could keep even more potential buyers far away.
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Among the 1.4 million vehicles recalled in the U.S. are the Chrysler Sebring and 200, the Dodge Caliber and Avenger, and the Jeep Patriot and Compass, from varying model years between 2010 and 2014.
The last 366 days have been rough for Volkswagen, of course, and both the number of cars and dollars lost are staggering (the total cost from the emissions-cheating scandal could come close to $40 billion). Will VW come through intact?
“The mountain is moving,” Volkswagen CFO Frank Witter said in his first extended interview since taking the job in October. “Maybe not as fast as I’d wish as CFO, but it’s moving.”