The Volkswagen emissions scandal: customers weigh in

Sep 29, 2015
Customers like Sara Sheey are looking for the company to make things right.
Posted In: Auto, Volkswagen, carbon emissions, diesel

A story of dirty emissions … and copyright law

Sep 28, 2015
Digital Millennium Copyright Act can protect automakers from scrutiny.
Posted In: Volkswagen, emissions cap, auto industry
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping toast during a state luncheon for China at the Department of State in Washington, D.C. on Friday. The U.S. and China have reached an agreement on cybertheft.

Weekly Wrap: Volkswagen, interest rates and cybertheft

Sep 25, 2015
Sudeep Reddy and Nela Richardson join Adriene Hill to recap the week that was.
Posted In: Weekly Wrap, China, U.S., cybersecurity, interest rates, Volkswagen
An open hood reveals the motor of a Volkswagen e-Golf electric car.

The many computers under the hood

Sep 25, 2015
As the VW emissions scandal illustrates, modern cars rely heavily on software.
Posted In: cars, Volkswagen, computers
A general view of the Volkswagen car manufacture plant in Wolfsburg, Germany. Back in the U.S., Volkswagen dealers are waiting on guidance on how to deal with the emissions scandal.

Volkswagen dealers in U.S. waiting for guidance

Sep 24, 2015
They 'will most likely be the ones cleaning up' VW's mess.
Posted In: auto industry, Volkswagen, diesel
The worst-case numbers scenario for Volkswagen makes it responsible for more than 40,000 tons of pollution in America.

What if it's not just Volkswagen?

Sep 24, 2015
In countries where diesels are popular, the extra ozone pollution could add up.
Posted In: Volkswagen, pollution, air pollution
The Environmental Protection Agency says that Volkswagen had installed software into tens of thousands of its diesel cars to manipulate emissions test results.

The Volkswagen scandal is bigger than we thought

Sep 22, 2015
Dan Neil weighs in on the emissions hack of 11 million diesel vehicles.
Posted In: Volkswagen, hack, cars, car recalls
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has accused Volkswagen of installing software on nearly 500,000 diesel cars in the U.S. to evade federal emission regulations.

Can Volkswagen regain its customers' confidence?

Sep 21, 2015
It is in hot water with regulators and customers after faking emissions data.
Posted In: Volkswagen, EPA, diesel
Visitors look at Volkswagen cars at a Volkswagen Group showroom.

How did Volkswagen conquer the world?

Jul 28, 2015
For the first time, Volkswagen edges out Toyota as the world's biggest car maker.
Posted In: Volkswagen, carmakers, auto sales

Volkswagen deal revs up union hopes in the South

Nov 14, 2014
The UAW is trying to organize workers in the South, where auto jobs are growing.
Posted In: UAW, Volkswagen, Nissan