Audi works council boss Meier to retire at end '05

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FRANKFURT, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Audi's top worker representative, Xaver Meier, will retire from the company at the end of the year, the works council of Volkswagen's premium unit said on Tuesday. Meier is under investigation by Brunswick prosecutors for suspected misappropriation of company funds. He is the third VW supervisory board member to find himself the target of an official probe in connection with this summer's VW scandal, along with VW Hanover works council boss Guenter Lenz and ...

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