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General Motors’ federal racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler adds to an already tumultuous time of corruption and disruption for the global auto industry.
Sen. Bernie Sanders would revamp North American trade relationships and expand protections for workers as part of a sweeping new immigration plan.
Federal prosecutors have charged retired United Auto Workers Vice President Joseph Ashton, a former board member of General Motors, as part of its corruption probe into the union.
The UAW’s proposed deal to end the 38-day strike against General Motors includes the union’s agreement to drop a lawsuit that accused the automaker of violating the previous contract if it went ahead with plans to close some U.S. plants.
The United Auto Workers strike will continue through at least Friday as members vote on the union’s tentative deal with General Motors, but there’s no guarantee the work stoppage will end once all the votes have been tallied.
With the UAW & GM reaching a tentative deal, how does this impact the auto industry going forward? Joining us to discuss this topic is Karl Brauer, Executive Publisher at Kelley Blue Book.
Jane Wells is in Detroit and gives us the latest on the tentative deal between the United Auto Workers and General Motors.
General Motors and union leaders have reached a tentative deal on a new labor contract that could end the United Auto Workers’ four-week strike against the automaker, the UAW said Wednesday.
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.
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.
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.