VW, Bosch diesel settlements receive preliminary court approvalTue, 14, Feb 2017
A federal judge granted preliminary approval of a VW settlement to pay at least $1.22 billion to fix or buy back nearly 80,000 polluting 3.0 liter diesel-engine vehicles. U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer also granted preliminary approval to Robert Bosch's settlement to pay $327.5 million to VW diesel owners.
Audi reviews provisions for diesel emissions scandalWed, 01, Feb 2017
Bosch will disclose provisions related to VW diesel scandal in MayFri, 27, Jan 2017
Bosch's 2016 profit slides 7% on EV investmentsFri, 27, Jan 2017
Underlying operating profit at Robert Bosch fell 6.5 percent to 4.3 billion euros ($4.6 billion) last year, the group said on Friday. Bosch has been investing in technologies such as intelligent systems that cut down on how much power electric cars use, while divesting traditional industrial products such as starter motors and generators.
Bosch, Mahle to bail out of turbochargers JVMon, 23, Jan 2017
Mahle and Robert Bosch plan to sell their turbocharger partnership, citing a failure to achieve economies of scale despite strong sales growth. Their joint venture, Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems, has two plants in Austria and China and employs 1,400 workers.
Bosch expected to settle U.S. VW diesel claims for $300 million, report saysMon, 19, Dec 2016
German auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH is expected to settle a suit, filed by U.S. owners of polluting Volkswagen diesel vehicles, for more than $300 million, a source briefed on the matter told Reuters today.
Bosch's starter motors unit attracts private equity, Chinese interest, report saysThu, 13, Oct 2016
Bosch sues S. Korea's Mando in U.S. on alleged patent infringementsFri, 30, Sep 2016
Bosch lodged a lawsuit in the U.S. against South Korean peer Mando alleging infringement of patents, a claim Mando later said was groundless. The suit claims some ABS brake systems and ESC electronic stability control products supplied by Mando, breach four of Bosch's patents.
Volkswagen, Bosch oppose request for diesel documentsMon, 26, Sep 2016
Volkswagen AG and auto supplier Robert Bosch have asked a U.S. federal judge to reject requests from European investors and vehicle owners to access more than 20 million pages of records turned over in VW's emissions cheating scandal.
Winterkorn more closely involved with VW's cheating, paper saysMon, 26, Sep 2016
Volkswagen Group's former CEO, Martin Winterkorn, approved a plan to disclose only partial information on the automaker's software rigging to U.S. authorities, a German newspaper reported, citing newly uncovered documents.