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    UPDATE 5-VW cuts 2016 capital spending plan as cheating scandal widens  

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    India's Mahindra Nearer to Pininfarina Acquisition  

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    VW Ex-CEO Winterkorn Steps Down as Audi Chair  

    Martin Winterkorn resigned as Volkswagen CEO last month as the scandal over falsified emissions-test results unfolded, then quit Wednesday as Audi chief after similar allegations against the VW luxury brand surfaced....More
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    Volkswagen Hires Opel's Ex-CEO  

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    Winterkorn Reported Quitting All VW Posts  

    German media report Winterkorn, who quit as CEO last month after VW admitted cheating on U.S. diesel-emissions tests, also will step down as CEO of Porsche and chairman of Audi....More
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