German businessman Alexander Matuschka Greiffenclau joins Digicel from his role as chief performance officer at Dutch-based telco Veon.

Colm Delves is stepping down as chief executive of Digicel, Denis O’Brien’s Caribbean mobile phone company, after more than a dozen years at the helm.(...)

Volkswagen agreed last month to pay $4.3 billion in penalties and plead guilty to using false statements to import cars into the US. Photograph: Carlos Osorio/AP

A Volkswagen AG compliance executive arrested in the US over the company’s emissions-cheating scandal pleaded not guilty to charges of fraud and consp(...)

A Volkswagen car dealership in San Diego, California: Along with a $4.3bn settlement  with the US justice department and EPA,  VW will plead guilty to charges, including wire fraud and violating the US Clean Air Act. Photograph: Reuters/Mike Blake

Oliver Schmidt’s decision to holiday in Florida now seems foolhardy. As a senior VW manager linked to the firm’s diesel emissions scandal, a vacation (...)

On May 12th, 2015, one employee wrote about the emissions discrepancies between test conditions and real-world conditions: “We need a story for the situation!”

As California regulators pursued Volkswagen to get to the bottom of its emissions scandal in the spring and summer of 2015, engineers at the carmaker (...)

Work by a small research team at West Virginia University led to identifying the deception by the powerful auto giant

Daniel Carder, an unassuming 45-year-old engineer with gray hair and blue jeans, appears an unlikely type to take down one of the world’s most powerfu(...)