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September 4, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Volkswagen Backs Executives: The German car maker said its supervisory board decided that production chief Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortura and CEO Ferdinand Piech will stay with the company. Volkswagen reaffirmed its backing for the controversial Lopez and said there is no evidence he is guilty of industrial espionage. VW's supervisory board had been meeting to discuss the accusations of spying lodged by rival General Motors Corp.
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September 4, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Volkswagen Backs Executives: The German car maker said its supervisory board decided that production chief Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortura and CEO Ferdinand Piech will stay with the company. Volkswagen reaffirmed its backing for the controversial Lopez and said there is no evidence he is guilty of industrial espionage. VW's supervisory board had been meeting to discuss the accusations of spying lodged by rival General Motors Corp.
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August 27, 1993 | From Reuters
German prosecutors searched the office of controversial Volkswagen official Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortura on Thursday as a three-month investigation of alleged industrial spying at the German auto maker intensified. The search was part of a swoop on 11 VW properties following claims that Lopez stole secret papers from his previous employer, General Motors Corp., before switching to VW in March. Prosecutor Georg Nauth said private residences had been searched as well.
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August 27, 1993 | From Reuters
German prosecutors searched the office of controversial Volkswagen official Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortura on Thursday as a three-month investigation of alleged industrial spying at the German auto maker intensified. The search was part of a swoop on 11 VW properties following claims that Lopez stole secret papers from his previous employer, General Motors Corp., before switching to VW in March. Prosecutor Georg Nauth said private residences had been searched as well.
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