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    VW Reported Planning Extraordinary Board Meeting  

    Sources say the automaker's supervisory board will name finance chief Hans Dieter Poetsch head of a 20-member controlling panel at the Wednesday meeting....More
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    UAW Rejects Fiat Chrysler's Labor Contract  

    The fourth-largest U.S. automaker by sales, Fiat Chrysler, may be brought back to the talks table by the UAW, or the union can decide to turn its attention to one of the other Detroit Three companies - General Motors or Ford ....More
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    Porsche Names Oliver Blume New CEO  

    Porsche production chief Blume, 47, will start his new job on Oct. 1....More
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    VW Communications Chief Expected to Resign Later on Wednesday - Sources  

    Stephan Gruehsem has worked for almost two decades with Martin Winterkorn who quit as chief executive last Wednesday under fire from the automaker's diesel scandal....More
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    WRAPUP 3-Germany investigates VW's ex-boss over fraud allegations  

    (Adds details, quotes) * R&D heads of VW brand, Audi, Porsche suspended - sources * New data shows huge gap between car tests and real world * Some analysts criticise choice of new CEO, VW shares fall By Andreas Cremer...More
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    VW Firing U.S. CEO, Audi, Porsche R&D Chiefs  

    A highly placed source says the automaker is dismissing U.S. chief executive Michael Horn and Ulrich Hackenberg and Wolfgang Hatz, respectively the R&D chiefs of Audi and Porsche, amid the scandal over rigged emissions-test results....More
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    CEO Winterkorn Out Amid VW Emissions-Fixing Scandal  

    Martin Winterkorn is stepping down as VW chief executive after eight years to provide the automaker, rocked by the discovery that emissions tests were rigged to meet U.S. standards, with what he calls "a fresh start."...More
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    Volkswagen Denies CEO on Way Out  

    A media report that Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn will be replaced as VW grapples with allegations of falsifying emissions tests is "nonsense," a spokesman says....More
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    Johnson Controls Cost Cuts to Include 3,000 Layoffs  

    The Tier 1 auto-parts supplier says it expects to save up to $250 million a year by cutting 2.5% of its total workforce over the next two years....More
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    UAW, FCA Talks Continue Under Extended Deadline  

    The union representing 40,000 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles workers in the U.S. are negotiating under an "hour-by-hour" extension of the old contract that expired at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday EDT....More
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    CEO Marchionne of UAW Strike Target FCA Skips Frankfurt  

    Marchionne canceled a scheduled Tuesday meeting with media after the UAW named Fiat Chrysler's U.S. unit its target in bargaining for a new contract....More
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    VW CFO Poetsch to Chair Supervisory Board  

    Porsche Automobil Holding, the automaker's controlling parent company, says VW's executive committee will propose electing Hans Dieter Poetsch chairman of the supervisory board....More
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    UPDATE 3-VW's CEO Winterkorn set to stay on for three more years  

    * VW proposes extending CEO contract until 2018 * Winterkorn term extended as he oversees revamp * VW working on new group structure (Adds statement from Lower Saxony about timing of chairman's appointment) By Jan Schwartz and Ilona Wissenbach...More

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