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Wed, Oct 24 2018

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German court orders top VW investor to pay damages for disclosure violations

FRANKFURT A German court on Wednesday ordered Porsche Automobil Holding SE to pay shareholders 47.2 million euros ($53.8 million) in compensation for violating disclosure rules over an emissions scandal at its main investment Volkswagen .

UPDATE 1-German court orders top VW investor to pay damages for disclosure violations

* Stuttgart court says Porsche guilty of disclosure violations

Stuttgart court orders Porsche SE to pay damages for disclosure violations

FRANKFURT, Oct 24 A Stuttgart court ordered Porsche Automobil Holding SE to pay damages to shareholders and charged the company with violating disclosure rules tied to a 2015 diesel emissions scandal, two lawfirms said on Wednesday.

VW's Porsche expects to repeat record vehicle sales this year

FRANKFURT Volkswagen's Porsche brand does not need a stock market listing to fund growth, Chief Executive Oliver Blume said, adding he is confident the maker of the iconic 911 sportscar can repeat last year's record sales in 2018.

VW's Porsche expects to repeat record vehicle sales this year

FRANKFURT Volkswagen's Porsche brand does not need a stock market listing to fund growth, Chief Executive Oliver Blume said, adding he is confident the maker of the iconic 911 sportscar can repeat last year's record sales in 2018.

REFILE-VW's Porsche expects to repeat record vehicle sales this year

FRANKFURT, Oct 18 Volkswagen's Porsche sports car brand is confident it can repeat last year's record sales in 2018, the division's chief executive told Reuters.

Porsche needs to become more attractive to investors - CFO

FRANKFURT Sportscar producer Porsche could be worth up to 70 billion euros ($81 billion) as a separately listed company and needs to think about ways to make itself more attractive to investors and partners, Chief Financial Officer Lutz Meschke told German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

Porsche needs to become more attractive to investors: CFO

FRANKFURT Sportscar producer Porsche could be worth up to 70 billion euros ($81.08 billion) as a separately listed company and needs to think about ways to make itself more attractive to investors and partners, Chief Financial Officer Lutz Meschke told German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

Porsche CFO says needs to become more attractive to investors - Sueddeutsche

FRANKFURT, Oct 15 Porsche needs to think about ways to make the sportscar brand more attractive to investors and potential cooperation partners, Chief Financial Officer Lutz Meschke told Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

Volkswagen's Porsche drops diesel in electric car push

FRANKFURT Volkswagen's Porsche will stop offering diesel versions of its cars, the unit said on Sunday, sharpening its focus on hybrid and battery-powered vehicles instead.

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