VW U.S. Chief Exits Amid Emissions Cheating Scandal

Volkswagen AG said the head of its U.S. operation will leave in a mutual agreement with the company, a move coming about six months after the Environmental Protection Agency said the German auto maker cheated on diesel emissions tests.

Michael Horn, an executive instrumental in helping the auto maker steer through the early days of the cheating scandal, will pursue other opportunities immediately, the company said. Hinrich Woebcken,…

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