Autonomy was the UK’s second-largest software business when Hewlett-Packard acquired it. Photograph: David Paul Morris/ Bloomberg

The former chief financial officer of Autonomy was ordered to disclose details about his financial dealings with Irish-born Michael Lynch, the company(...)

George Gibney in May 1988 when Ireland swimming coach. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

George Gibney’s name has become synonymous with child abuse in Irish swimming. The Olympic coach for the LA and Seoul Games fled the country in the 19(...)

After more than a year of haggling, VW privately admitted to US regulators on September 3rd that it had cheated the tests, but it only publicly admitted the cheating on September 21st. Photograph: EPA

Volkswagen and its former chief executive Martin Winterkorn must face a US lawsuit brought by American investors who allege the company improperly inf(...)

Volkswagen has reached an agreement for a mix of buybacks and fixes for about 80,000 polluting 3.0-litre diesel VW, Porsche and Audi vehicles. Photograph:  How Hwee Young/EPA

A US federal judge said on Tuesday Volkswagen AG has reached an agreement for a mix of buybacks and fixes for about 80,000 polluting 3.0-litre diesel (...)

A US judge has approved one of the biggest corporate settlements on record, Volkswagen’s $14.7 billion (€13.5 billion) deal arising from its diesel em(...)

George Gibney, a former Olympic swimming coach who now lives in Florida, was charged in Ireland in 1993 on 27 counts of indecent assault and unlawful carnal knowledge of young Irish swimmers in his care.

An oral hearing into the release of documents regarding how Irish swimming coach George Gibney was able to acquire a green card for the USA will be he(...)

The deal will cover up to 500,000 cars. Photograph: Reuters

US Volkswagen drivers with manipulated diesel engines will be offered compensation and the option of having their car fixed or bought back by the Germ(...)

The Justice Department in February sued VW for up to $46 billion for violating US environmental laws. VW and its Audi and Porsche brands remain barred from selling any new 2016 diesel models in the United States.

A federal judge has given Volkswagen and US regulators until April 21st to agree on a fix for the nearly 600,000 diesel vehicles on US roads caught u(...)