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Volkswagen claims damages from ex-CEOs over ‘dieselgate’ scandal

The auto group says past executives breached their "duty of care." Both ex-Volkswagen and Audi CEOs, Martin Winterkorn and Rupert Stadler, have rejected the accusations.

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