VW denies media report that HR chief to step down


HAMBURG, Germany, June 30 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG denied on Thursday a media report that human resources chief Peter Hartz would step down over a bribery scandal at the carmaker's Czech unit, Skoda. "Dr. Hartz is and will remain head of human resources at Volkswagen AG," a spokesman said in response to an advance summary of a report by business magazine Wirtschafts-Woche, which cited unnamed souces as saying Hartz was expected to resign. Volkswagen shares fell 1.2 pecent to 37.82 ...

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