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.”
The Association for Manufacturing Excellence award acknowledges continuous improvement, best practices, creativity and innovation.
James Liang, who worked for Volkswagen for two decades, in both Germany and the United States, entered a plea in Detroit federal court, though it remains unclear whether he is cooperating with the investigation.
Dozens of Samsung Note 7s have exploded and charred, leaving their users without a phone and the company with some loss of trust. With the Apple iPhone 7 on its way, how is Samsung responding to an important challenge?
Regardless of the ongoing emissions scandal, VW CEO Matthias Mueller says the company “must reform itself and align for the future.” Can he implement his planned tech and organizational revamp?
ANA, the launch customer for the 787, has been in talks with Rolls-Royce on problems with the engines since March.
“In some cases, the engine could stall without warning while driving and without the ability to restart, increasing the risk of a crash,” Ford said in a statement.
Aug 19, 2016