Faster, Higher, Farther: How One of the World's Largest Automakers Committed a Massive and Stunning Fraud

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W. W. Norton & Company, 23 maj 2017 - 384
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“A rich history of a company whose cars, for better and worse, have touched millions of lives, a character study of a brilliant but deeply flawed leader, and a case study in how a corporate culture can turn toxic.” —Bethany McLean, New York Times Book Review

 Faster, Higher, Farther chronicles a corporate scandal that rivals those at Enron and Lehman Brothers—one that will cost Volkswagen more than $22 billion in fines and settlements. Through meticulous reporting, New York Times correspondent Jack Ewing documents why VW felt compelled to install “defeat devices” in diesel vehicles that unlawfully lowered CO2 levels during emissions testing, and how the fraud was committed, covered up, and finally detected. Faster, Higher, Farther is a briskly written account of unrivaled corporate greed. Updated with the latest information and a new afterword by the author.

 

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Clean Diesel
Enforcers II
On the Road
Exposure
Piëchs Fall
Confession
Empire
Aftermath

Enforcers
Impossible Doesnt Exist
Labor Relations
The Cheat
The Porsches and the Piëchs
Justice
CHAPTER 22 Faster Higher Farther
Acknowledgments
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Jack Ewing has covered business and economics from Frankfurt for The New York Times since 2010. He has worked as a journalist in Germany since 1994, including over a decade as a BusinessWeek correspondent.

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