Volkswagen’s Quality-Control Chief Frank Tuch Resigns – Wall Street Journal

Posted: Tuesday, February 09, 2016

BERLIN—Volkswagen AG said Monday its head of quality assurance will leave the company, as Chief Executive Matthias Müller continues to shake up the company’s senior management in the wake of its emissions-cheating scandal.

Frank Tuch, 48 years old, was appointed in 2010 by former CEO Martin Winterkorn, who resigned in September after U.S. regulators disclosed that Volkswagen had rigged diesel engines to cheat on emissions tests.


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