Larry Nassar learned about the former.
Now, VW learns about the latter.
It has been outed that VW commissioned a research study about diesel emissions from a VW Beetle. Those made to inhale the fumes were 10 monkey. Here are more details from Bloomberg (reprinted in Fortune).
Sure, VW has offered a mea culpa for this abuse of animals. But, the brand damage could be considerable. That's because the corporation has not yet recovered from the 2015 emissions-cheating scandal. Back then 11 million diesel vehicles had been equipped with software which facilitated the recording of false data.
Although I am anti-death penalty, I would opt for it in cases of animal abuse. My greatest joy in life has been my relationship with my animal companions.
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