It’s been a long time since General Motors stock could be purchased, but the company has announced an initial public offering next month.
More than 40 more Michigan employers and unions will get help providing health coverage to early retirees and their families.
Lawmakers in the Michigan Legislature have approved a retirement incentive plan for state employees.
When General Motors rolls out its “new” public stock offering the automakers’ salaried retirees say they’ll be left out in the cold. And now there’s talk of a boycott.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge told auto parts supplier Visteon Corp. on Tuesday that it must restore health and life insurance benefits for more than 6,500 retirees.