VW Ex-CEO Winterkorn Steps Down as Audi Chair

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BERLIN, Nov 12 (Reuters) - Former Volkswagen Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn has stepped down as chairman of luxury brand Audi amid an investigation of two emissions scandals that occurred during his reign at Europe's largest carmaker. Winterkorn quit his post at Audi on Wednesday, a spokesman at the Ingolstadt-based carmaker said on Thursday, after resigning as chief executive of family-owned Porsche SE , VW's majority stakeholder, last month. The 68-year-old Winterkorn was ...

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