Volkswagen board backs CEO, chairman in markets case

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FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - The full Volkswagen board of directors has defended CEO Herbert Diess and Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch against charges that the two failed to give investors timely notice of the company's impending diesel emissions scandal in 2015. In a directors' statement Wednesday, the full board agreed with ... …

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