--Volkswagen's supervisory board will meet on Monday to decide the future of Rupert Stadler, the imprisoned chief executive of its premium car brand Audi, German magazine Der Spiegel reports.
--VW's supervisory board is likely to decide that Mr. Stadler has to leave, a decision that would probably be down to organizational reasons, Der Spiegel reports, citing unnamed sources. There is no knowledge of any new incriminating evidence against Mr. Stadler, however, according to those sources.
--Mr. Stadler has been in pretrial detention for about three months, in relation to the car maker's emissions-cheating scandal.
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