STUTTGART, Germany Porsche SE , the majority shareholder in Volkswagen (VW), expects its profits to jump this year as the world's biggest carmaker presses on with a revamp of its business following a diesel emissions scandal. | Video
BERLIN Former Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech is in talks to sell his stake in Porsche SE in a deal that would shake up the ownership structure of the company that controls VW.
INGOLSTADT, Germany German prosecutors searched Audi's two biggest plants and other sites on Wednesday in connection with the emissions scandal still rocking parent Volkswagen , adding to pressure on the luxury division and its Chief Executive Rupert Stadler. | Video
WOLFSBURG Volkswagen Group's Matthias Mueller was awarded 7.78 million euros ($8.28 million) in pay and benefits for 2016, a more moderate package than his predecessor Martin Winterkorn got in the year the carmaker was embroiled in a diesel scandal.
WOLFSBURG, Germany Volkswagen left the door open to a potential tie-up with Fiat Chrysler or another rival on Tuesday, as a drop in operating profit at its biggest car brand showed the challenges it still faces 18 months on from its emissions scandal. | Video
BERLIN Volkswagen has signed an agreement with Tata Motors to explore cooperation in India, company sources close to the matter said, as the German carmaker tries once again to conquer emerging markets.
GENEVA Lamborghini is open to an all-electric addition to its line-up of luxury sports cars, its chief executive said on Wednesday, evidence that German parent Volkswagen's interest in producing zero-emission vehicles could extend to the very top end of its brands.
GENEVA Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne's attempts to find a partner were frustrated for a second time in as many days on Wednesday, as Volkswagen (VW) joined General Motors (GM) in dismissing any interest in talks with their smaller rival.
GENEVA The auto industry is facing seismic changes with the rise of electric vehicles, automated driving and car sharing set to eclipse even big mergers such as PSA's purchase of Opel, executives at the Geneva auto show said. | Video
Genf In der Autobranche geht es derzeit zu wie auf dem Tanzparkett: Nur wer einen Partner hat, kommt in Schwung. Fiat-Chrysler-Chef Sergio Marchionne will nicht als Letzter am Rande stehen, wenn alle anderen tanzen.