© Reuters. Former Volkswagen boss Winterkorn is leaving after testifying in front of a parliamentary committee about the car manufacturer's emissions scandal in Berlin
(Reuters) – Volkswagen (DE 🙂 will demand compensation from former CEO Martin Winterkorn and former Audi boss Rupert Stadler, it said on Friday as the carmaker tried to draw a line under the diesel fraud scandal.
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