Car companies are phasing out an entire class of cars. Is it because Americans only like driving big cars? Or because the car companies never bring the good small cars here to begin with?
The data was stolen from Citycomp, which provides internet infrastructure for dozens of companies including Oracle, Airbus, Toshiba, and Volkswagen.
A used car is a used car, no matter what you call it.
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The presentation puts executives, rather than lower level managers, at the center of the company's efforts to cheat on emissions tests.
The automaker has reached a settlement with the US Department of Justice after admitting it cheated on US clean air tests.
Japanese authorities raided the company's offices on Thursday after the automaker said it improperly conducted fuel efficiency tests.
The Germany automaker has admitted to using sophisticated software to cheat on emissions tests, which is the biggest scandal in the history of the company and led to the resignation of its CEO.
French regulators raided the automaker's headquarters and two technical facilities, sending the company's stock prices tumbling.
The automaker has admitted to installing devices in 600,000 vehicles that circumvented emissions tests in the United States.