Federal prosecutors announced Wednesday that five more Volkswagen executives have been charged for crimes in the German automaker’s emissions scandal, bringing recent indictments to six. The announcement follows the Saturday arrest of Oliver Schmidt, the top VW emissions compliance manager for Volkswagen in the U.S. Federal authorities arrested Mr. Schmidt, a German national, at the airport just before he boarded a flight from Miami to Germany. According to the New York Times, the five other VW executives charged Wednesday are: Heinz-Jakob Neusser, 56, who oversaw the company’s brand; Jens Hadler, 50, who oversaw engine development; Richard Dorenkamp, 68, another supervisor ... Read More
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