Volkswagen Board Clears Management Actions After Diesel Scandal

Volkswagen AG’s efforts to move beyond the diesel-emissions cheating scandal involves largely continuing as if it never happened, with workers demanding an annual bonus and the supervisory board provisionally exonerating executives’ actions last year. The board, preparing for the June 22 annual shareholders’ meeting, didn’t find serious breaches of duty among the carmaker’s most senior managers, including Chief Executive Officer Matthias Mueller, and recommends that investors ratify their decisions in 2015, Volkswagen said Wednesday in a statement. The recommendation was based on currently known facts from an investigation that’s still under way into the diesel-emissions test rigging that came to light in September, the board said.

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