5-Year Deal Between Nexteer, Union Easily Wins ApprovalUnion members at a major Michigan auto parts supplier have approved a five-year contract.
Massive Food Giveaway For Holidays Planned In DetroitUAW-Ford is donating more than 25,000 holiday meals during its third annual "Boxes of Love" effort, which is part a national community giving initiative.
Ford Workers Narrowly Approve New Contract With UAWThe agreement covers 53,000 U.S. hourly workers at 22 plants.
UAW Threatens Strike In Contract Talks With Fiat ChryslerSixty-five percent of FCA's union workers voted against the four-year deal.
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."
UAW-Fiat Chrysler Deal Brings More Pay, Higher Profit-SharingThe deal includes a signing bonus: Workers would get $3,000 if contract is ratified.
Fiat Chrysler, UAW Extend Contract By The Hour, Continue NegotiationsThe Monday midnight deadline has come and gone -- and Fiat Chrysler workers remain on the job without a new contract.
Preserving Jobs, Pay Raises On Table As US Auto Talks OpenThe talks are expected to be the toughest in recent memory. For the first time in more than a decade, the companies are healthy and making billions in profits.
Ford and UAW Donate $200K To Fund STEAM Programs In DPSThe Ford Fund and United Auto Workers donated $200,000 to help further science, technology, engineering, arts and math in Detroit Public Schools.
Sports, Business Leaders Recall William Clay Ford More members of the sports and business communities are sharing their memories of William Clay Ford, the last surviving grandchild of automotive pioneer Henry Ford and owner of the Detroit Lions.
Detroit Automakers Worry About UAW Money StrugglesDetroit's three automakers — Ford, Chrysler and General Motors — are increasingly anxious about the 78-year-old union's future. For them, it's a "devil you know" situation.
UAW Chief: Unions Seek Mich.'Right-To-Work' Ban United Auto Workers President Bob King said Thursday that a coalition of unions will push for an amendment to the Michigan Constitution that bars so-called "right-to-work" legislation outlawing contracts that require employees to join unions.