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entrepreneur.com - 11 readers - Here are four ways to build a culture which, unlike VW during its scandal days, accepts failure as a growth opportunity.
theatlantic.com - 12 readers - The company inserted a device into almost 500,000 cars meant to trick emissions testing, the EPA says.
reuters.com - 11 readers - Like many chiefexecutives, Martin Winterkorn was a demanding boss who didn'tlike failure. But critics say the pressure on managers atVolkswagen was unusual, which may go some way to explaining thecarmaker's crisis.
businessinsider.com - 12 readers - Volkswagen sales are yet to feel the full force of the emissions scandal, but they're already losing ground to Toyota.
theatlantic.com - 13 readers - As 34 class-action cases have been filed in the U.S., on top of criminal inquiries from the German and American governments, the company is lawyering up.
gallup.com - 13 readers - Sure, creating gender balance in your company is the right thing to do in principle. But a demographically diverse workforce also can improve a company's financial performance.