You are here

U.S. judge approves Volkswagen 3.0 liter, Bosch diesel settlements

May 11, 2017 By David Shepardson (Reuters) – A federal judge on Thursday granted final approval on an agreement for Volkswagen AG to pay at least $1.22 billion to fix or buy back 80,000 3.0-liter vehicles in the United States linked to the German automaker’s diesel emissions cheating scandal. At a court hearing in San Francisco, U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer also said he was granting final approval to German auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH’s separate settlement, under which it will pay $327.5 million to U.S. VW diesel owners for…

Read More

Germany’s Schaeuble says Greece has made good reforms progress

April 30, 2017 BERLIN (Reuters) – German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble was quoted in a newspaper interview on Sunday saying that Greece has made strong progress toward introducing reforms that could lead to the imminent release of further financial support. “If the Greek government upholds all the agreements, European finance ministers could complete the review on May 22 and then soon after that release the next tranche,” Schaeuble told the Funke media group newspapers. Greece and its international creditors reached a preliminary agreement at a meeting of euro zone finance…

Read More

Thousands at U.S. rallies demand Trump release tax returns

April 15, 2017 By Chris Francescani and Tom Ramstack NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of people marched through midtown Manhattan and dozens of U.S. cities on Saturday to demand that President Donald Trump release his tax returns and to dispute his claim that the public does not care about the issue. Organizers of “Tax March” in more than 150 cities across the country and beyond wanted to call attention to Trump’s refusal to disclose his tax history, as his White House predecessors have done for more than 40…

Read More
Facebook Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com