BERLIN — Volkswagen Group reported it has attained agreement with previous CEO Martin Winterkorn and three other previous major executives above payment for their involvement in the automaker’s diesel-emissions scandal.
The settlement implies VW receives 288 million euros ($351 million) in payment related to the scandal that has cost the company extra than 32 billion euros in fines, refits and authorized prices.
In a assertion on Wednesday, VW reported:
- Winterkorn has agreed to fork out eleven.two million euros of payment
- Rupert Stadler, previous CEO of VW’s Audi division, agreed to fork out four.one million euros
- Wolfgang Hatz, VW Group’s previous