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U.S. senators urge Volkswagen to end delay in Tennessee union vote

WASHINGTON Three Democratic U.S. senators on Tuesday questioned a decision by Volkswagen AG's U.S. unit to delay a union election for workers at its Tennessee assembly plant.

UPDATE 1-U.S. senators urge Volkswagen to end delay in Tennessee union vote

WASHINGTON, May 21 Three Democratic U.S. senators on Tuesday questioned a decision by Volkswagen AG's U.S. unit to delay a union election for workers at its Tennessee assembly plant.

U.S. senators urge Volkswagen to end delay in Tennessee union election

WASHINGTON, May 21 Three Democratic U.S. senators on Tuesday questioned the decision by Volkswagen AG's U.S. unit to delay a union election for workers at its Tennessee assembly plant.

Volkswagen wins worker backing for restructuring with $1.1 billion battery plan

BERLIN Volkswagen workers backed a restructuring of the world's largest carmaker on Tuesday after Chief Executive Herbert Diess pledged to spend 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) on a new battery cell production plant near its headquarters in Lower Saxony. | Video

Volkswagen wins worker backing for restructuring with 1 billion euros battery plan

BERLIN Volkswagen workers backed a restructuring of the world's largest carmaker on Tuesday after Chief Executive Herbert Diess pledged to spend 1 billion euros (868 million pounds) on a new battery cell production plant near its headquarters in Lower Saxony. | Video

UPDATE 3-VW wins worker backing for restructuring with $1.1 bln battery plan

* VW to explore sale of MAN Energy Solutions (Recasts, adds detail about restructuring plans)

With help from Judge Breyer, VW signals multi-pronged defense in SEC case

The Securities and Exchange Commission had a tough go of it at a hearing Friday before U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer of San Francisco, who is overseeing the SEC’s securities fraud case against Volkswagen. It’s just not a good day for the government when a judge feels compelled to point out that the bird in your agency’s symbol is an eagle, “not a carrion hawk that simply descends when everything is all over and sees what it can get.”

Volkswagen will use Traton proceeds to internationalise truck business - CEO

BERLIN Volkswagen will use proceeds of an initial public offering of its Traton trucks unit to invest in the "internationalisation" of the division, Chief Executive Officier Herbert Diess said on Tuesday.

Volkswagen will use Traton proceeds to internationalize truck business: CEO

BERLIN Volkswagen will use proceeds of an initial public offering of its Traton trucks unit to invest in the "internationalization" of the division, Chief Executive Officer Herbert Diess said on Tuesday.

Volkswagen will use Traton proceeds to internationalise truck business - CEO

BERLIN, May 14 Volkswagen will use proceeds of an initial public offering of its Traton trucks unit to invest in the "internationalisation" of the division, Chief Executive Officier Herbert Diess said on Tuesday.

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