VW denies report CFO to depart early


FRANKFURT, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen AG denied a magazine report on Saturday that its finance chief would be stepping down some 15 months earlier than planned. Respected weekly news magazine Der Spiegel reported in an article released ahead of publication on Monday that Bruno Adelt, 62, would have his contract cancelled at a meeting of VW's supervisory board on September 6. "Volkswagen denies the Spiegel report," VW spokesman Kurt Rippholz told Reuters on ...

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