Continental Offices Raided in VW Diesel Probe
It hasn’t been what we would call a tranquil year for Continental. The German parts supplier spent the summer preparing for one of the worst financial periods in its 149-year history and apologizing for its involvement with the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nazis) by hiring an independent researcher to chronicle their forced-labor practices in detail. The dark trip down memory lane served as a strange interlude from the company’s financial concerns, which re-manifested in September when Continental announced it would have to eliminate around 13 percent of its existing staff — or about 30,000 employees.
News has broken that the supplier’s 2020 troubles didn’t end there. German prosecutors also made their rounds on September 22nd, stopping at Continental facilities in Hanover and Regensburg as part of an ongoing investigation into Volkswagen’s Dieselgate fiasco from 2015.
Study: Millennials Love Cars, Not So Much EVs
Per a new study by Continental AG, millennials love cars as much as they love iPhones, so long as their rides aren’t electrified.
Continental AG Interested In Partnering With Apple In Car Project
Whether or not Apple is actually building a car, German tire manufacturer Continental AG wants in.