Volkswagen finally has appointed new chief executive, after the long run of disappointment which they have experience. Volkswagen company has blamed its emissions scandal on a “small group” of people and have suspended a number of staff as Matthias Müller was unveiled as its new chief executive.
After promoting Matthias Müller as the new boss of Porsche, he pledged to leave “no stone unturned” and “maximum transparency” in an investigation into how the company cheated emissions tests on diesel cars. However, the new VW boss did not reveal how many staff have been suspended or who they are.
Bernd Osterloh, chairman of VW’s work council and a member of the executive committee, said: “A small group has done damage to our company. We need a climate where mistakes are not hidden.”