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Ryan-Southern, the managing director of international markets, was known as one of Whelan's "favorites," former staffers said.The bag was a thank-you for his role in opening SoulCycle's London studio, Ryan-Southern told Business Insider. These recordings were eventually leaked to a source, who then shared them with Business Insider Deutschland.The name of the new chairman of Volkswagen's board, Ralf Brandstätter, is mentioned multiple times in the recordings, while others in the recording discussed using the political connections of former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder to their advantage.The leak set off a search for the mole, and in July Volkswagen identified a manager it said was responsible.A month later that former Volkswagen employee was found dead in a burned-out car.Read the full story here:Join Insider for a conversation with business leaders, policymakers, technologists and innovators exploring the future of mobility.IGNITION: Transportation, presented by Arity, will take place on Tuesday, October 20 from 12-1:30 p.m. ET.

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