Even though General Motors’ fourth-quarter profit fell short of Wall Street expectations, workers will get up to $7,500 in profit-sharing checks.
Chrysler sales up 8 percent. Industry expected to be down 2 percent.
Ford to invest $80 million, add 350 new jobs at Kentucky Truck Plant.
“Fiat Chrysler Automobiles” will be the name of the combined company. CEO says it will not impact workers in the Detroit area.
GM returns to the Super Bowl with two ads that focus on its new pickup truck.
A record year for Ford means record profit-sharing of $8,800 for the company’s 47,000 eligible workers.
This comes as Cadillac launches new ELR extended range electric vehicle.
Lincoln’s Navigator is getting a new look for 2015.
Final deal helps fund retiree health care. Still to be decided: Name of new company and headquarters location.
Vice President Joe Biden says the U.S. auto industry’s resurgence since the 2009 federal bailout provides a strong basis for a Motor City recovery.