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Strike Avoided As UAW, Fiat Chrysler Come To Tentative Agreement
Just minutes after the midnight strike deadline, UAW's Vice President James Settles told WWJ that a strike had been avoided.
With Strike Looming At Fiat Chrysler, UAW Warns Workers Not To Take Company Supplies
UAW sources tell WWJ that only a few plants would strike at midnight -- those include Trenton Engine and Warren Stamping.
UAW Threatens Strike In Contract Talks With Fiat Chrysler
Sixty-five percent of FCA's union workers voted against the four-year deal.
Report: Dozens Of Deaths Likely From Volkswagen Pollution Dodge
Volkswagen's pollution-control chicanery has not just been victimless tinkering, according to a report.
US Regulator Missed Its Best Chance To Catch VW Cheating
Without that test, VW was virtually home free and evaded detection for seven years.
Nissan Recalls 319,000 Cars Amid Government Pressure
The government has received nearly 100 complaints related to the issue.
GM Warns The Valley: Prepare To Compete Over Driverless Cars
Move that tiny self-driving pod out of the way.
US Auto Sales Surge In September At Ford, Fiat Chrysler, GM
Analysts expected most automakers to report strong results.
United Auto Workers Reject Contract Deal With Fiat Chrysler
"We don’t consider this a setback; we consider the membership vote a part of the process we respect."
Bill OK'd To Let Michigan Drivers Show Police Insurance On Phone
Drivers pulled over by the police in Michigan will be able to show proof of their auto insurance on a phone or another mobile device.
UAW Workers Appear To Have Rejected Fiat Chrysler Contract
Members at large assembly plants in Toledo and Sterling Heights rejected the pact in voting Tuesday.
Ford Issues Six Separate Recalls For 380K Vans, Trucks, SUVs And Cars
If you find yourself behind the wheel of a Ford van, truck, SUV or car, listen up -- the automaker is recalling nearly 380,000 vehicles for six separate issues.