Volkswagen's new integration of online and offline sales offers insight into the future of the showroom experience.
Ford is assembling ventilators, LVMH is making hand sanitizer, and Chanel is making masks. Here's why these and dozens of other companies are doing it.
When the Beetle was first introduced, Americans had never seen anything like it. Among art car enthusiasts, it became the ideal canvas for self-expression.
How could a company like Volkswagen knowingly violate US air-pollution standards despite the senseless risks to which it was exposing its reputation? The case method can provide an answer.
Loblaws' reputation has taken a hit following the bread price-fixing scandal. But will it do prolonged damage to Canada's biggest grocery chain?
Uber, Tesla and Waymo (Google) are leapfrogging traditional car makers like Ford, VW and General Motors when it comes to self-driving cars.
Effective organisations encourage self-control, good process, proper discussion and are more driven by growth mindsets than unrealistic performance metrics.
Auctioneers have put a record price tag on the ultimate symbol of 60s counterculture and vintage nostalgia.
Higher-ups at Wells Fargo, Volkswagen and Uber all failed to stop unethical practices that had significant repercussions. New research offers some clues on why.
The Volkswagen emissions scandal highlights the benefits of the German corporate governance system, as well as the worst of lobbying around the world.
It's about time Europe ditched the diesels – so what are the alternatives?
A powerful diesel lobby and fragmented class action laws put EU consumers at a disadvantage.
The court action ACCC has brought against Volkswagen might not succeed because Australia's emissions standards are not as strict as those in the US and Europe.
The ACCC has launched proceedings against VW for allegedly misleading consumers. But consumers won't be directly compensated from the case.
Fresh from a record US$15 billion settlement, Volkswagen is resisting paying compensation in other countries.
Volkswagen's strategy shows that problems like the emissions scandal are likely to continue.
Advertising complaints hit 37,000 in the UK last year, but companies keep chancing their arm.
How an icon took a wrong turn.
The scandal that rocked the automotive industry is far from over.
Dissonance by the banks - saying one thing but acting in another way - will cause brand damage that will be very difficult to repair.