VW’s new boss Matthias Müller must step down, says shareholder | Business | The Guardian

The pressure on the chief executive of Volkswagen is growing after a leading investor in Germany called on Matthias Müller to step down less than two months after taking the helm at the scandal-hit carmaker.

Union Investment, the third largest asset manager in Germany, said VW needed to appoint a chairman and chief executive from outside the company in order to recover from the diesel emissions scandal.

via VW's new boss Matthias Müller must step down, says shareholder | Business | The Guardian.

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