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Shares of General Motors bounced higher Tuesday as GM CEO and Chairwoman Mary Barra joined negotiations with the United Auto Workers as the two sides try to bring to a close the union’s 30-day strike.
General Motors believes its most recent proposal to the United Auto Workers is “fair and worthy” of the union’s support to end a strike against the automaker, according to the company.
Contessa Brewer shows us how a start-up software company is launching a tech product to keep passengers entertained in the backseat of vehicles.
Phil LeBeau reports why experts say autonomous vehicles are not yet ready to be on the road even has car companies increased their investments in that technology.
Pressure is building on General Motors and the United Auto Workers to reach a deal to end the union’s strike against the automaker, now in its 19th day.
Tesla is facing new scrutiny from a federal auto safety agency around battery issues in some Model S and Model X vehicles.
U.S. vehicle sales for Ford Motor declined 4.9% during the third quarter from a year ago as demand for the company’s best-selling F-Series pickup started to wane, the automaker said Wednesday.
Ford Motor has agreed to sell 51% of its business in India to Mahindra & Mahindra, one of the largest auto manufacturers in the country.
Phil LeBeau joins us on the show to talk about how Boeing’s CEO is adding safety protocols as well as the General Motors and UAW strike entering into its third week.
One of the greatest unknowns with ongoing labor negotiations between the United Auto Workers union and General Motors isn’t about pay or benefits.
Phil LeBeau joins us on the show to talk about the latest on both Boeing with the NTSB report and GM’s labor talks with the UAW.
General Motors has reinstated health care benefits for its 48,000 workers who are on strike as contract talks with the United Auto Workers come closer to a tentative deal that would end the work stoppage, which is now in its 11th day.
Tracking sales in China can often be opaque but one analyst believes data on automotive insurance registrations reveals that Tesla has strong demand in the key market.
Frank Holland reports on how three billion dollars in RV sales are expected at an annual RV event where dealers buy new models and how major CEOs are optimistic in the RV industry.
Ford Motor has selected Austin, Texas as the third city it plans to launch a commercial autonomous vehicle business in by 2021.