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Volkswagen brings German-style vocational training to the US
In Germany, more than half of high school graduates go into vocational programs.
Could workers in a Southern state join an auto union?
Autoworkers at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee vote on whether to have union representation.
Volkswagen looks to expand in the North American market
Volkswagen says it plans to invest billions in North America. The VW brand, which continues to achieve low U.S. quality scores, says the bold move was a sign of a new commitment to the market.
UAW and Volkswagen in talks to unionize U.S. car plant
'Worker's councils' will be like labor unions-lite.
The spread of 'Gamification'
Major corporations and the government are creating apps and games to make non-game activities more game-like -- and they're collecting a lot of data.
Why stifling hackers may not be a good thing
A court ruling is blocking researchers from presenting a tech problem that could lead to car thefts.
Volkswagen keeps getting bugged out by U.S. market
The people’s carmaker has said it wants to be the biggest auto company in the world, but to do that, Volkswagen must first figure out the U.S. market.
Volkswagen beats the odds in Europe
As other carmakers in Europe struggle for their very survival, VW is flourishing thanks in part to its worldwide appeal.
Volkswagen sets out to double U.S. sales
Volkswagen wants to sell 800,000 cars and trucks a year in the U.S. by 2018. That's an ambitious goal: it's more than twice what German automaker sells here today.
The force behind VW's Super Bowl ads
What's it like to create an ad for the Super Bowl? The ad agency Deutsch L.A. produced a memorable ad for Volkwagen. Chief creative officer Mark Hunter discusses the creative process behind what goes into making those million-dollar commercials.