Police probe possible bugging of Porsche chief


FRANKFURT, April 26 (Reuters) - Police are investigating a possible case of eavesdropping in the hotel room of Porsche's chief executive when he visited Volkswagen's headquarters in Wolfsburg, Spiegel magazine reported on Saturday. It said that a security firm found a switched-on babyphone behind a sofa in the room where Wendelin Wiedeking was going to stay for a supervisory board meeting of Volkswagen, without saying where it obtained the information. State prosecutors in the nearby ...

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