Key Figure In UAW Corruption Probe Gets Shorter SentenceA judge on Monday cut 18 months off a 5 1/2-year prison sentence for a former Fiat Chrysler executive who with union members looted a training center for auto workers.
Former UAW Exec Gets 2 1/2 Years In Prison For KickbackA former United Auto Workers vice president who took a $250,000 kickback on a watch contract was sentenced Tuesday to 2 1/2 years in prison, the latest punishment in what the government calls “systemic" corruption at the highest ranks of the union.
Filmmaker Showcases Ford Motor Company's Work To Make PPE At The Height Of The PandemicA Filmmaker has teamed up With Ford to produce a documentary about its role in producing PPE supplies during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
GM Cleared from Corruption By Federal ProsecutorsAs reported by the Detroit News, federal prosecutors told General Motors they would no longer be the target in their investigation of the United Auto Workers.
UAW President Denies Wrongdoing Claims, Says He’s CleanThe president of the United Auto Workers denied wrongdoing Thursday after a newspaper reported he's under scrutiny in a federal investigation of union corruption.
UAW Leaders Appoint Rory Gamble As PresidentRory Gamble has been appointed by members of the United Auto Workers union as its new president.
Local Union Leaders Vote Friday On New Fiat Chrysler ContractUnion leaders from Fiat Chrysler factories are sending a new four-year contract to a membership vote.
UAW Bolsters Financial Controls After Embezzlement ScandalThe United Auto Workers union has replaced its auditing firm, added four internal auditors and has hired a big accounting firm to study its financial controls in an effort to prevent embezzlement and bribery discovered in a federal probe of the union.
UAW Official Reports Progress In Talks With Fiat ChryslerA top official of the United Auto Workers union says negotiators have made a lot of progress with Fiat Chrysler but difficult issues remain.
Feds Met With UAW Official About Corruption ChargesFederal prosecutors in Detroit say they traveled to St. Louis last week to provide documents and determine if a United Auto Workers official would consider a plea deal in a corruption investigation.
Acting UAW Head Says He'll Clean Up Corruption Found By FedsThe acting president of the United Auto Workers said Wednesday that a corruption scandal plaguing the union will get worse before it gets better, but that he's confident he can fix the mess and turn over a clean house to the next leader.