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The agreement that ended a one-day strike at a Lear Corp. seat plant supplying Ford Motor Co. in Chicago would get rid of a wage structure that pays new-hires less than their veteran colleagues, a union official said.
4 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Microsoft's decision to spend $2.5 billion for the creator of the hit game "Minecraft" could help the Xbox maker grab attention on mobile phones, a new priority for the company. But the move carries risks, as gamers can be fickle.
4 hrs ago | WTOC-TV Savannah
The death toll tied to faulty ignition switches in General Motors small cars has risen to 19, according to a compensation expert hired by the company. The number is likely to go higher.
6 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire
FWT, Inc., a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of wireless communication infrastructure products, announced today that it has received ISO-9001 certification from the International Standards Organization for the design and manufacturing of communications towers. ARLINGTON, Texas, Sept.
10 hrs ago | KUQL-FM Mitchell
General Motors Co. will pay compensation for 19 deaths linked to a faulty ignition switch, according to the lawyer overseeing the process, more than the 13 deaths the automaker had previously admitted were caused by the now recalled part.
12 hrs ago | Detroit News
GM hasn't offered any recent figure on the number of injuries it believes are connected. The independent compensation fund overseeing claims from General Motors ignition switch recall has approved applications for 19 deaths in its first six weeks of operation - significantly more deaths than the Detroit automaker has acknowledged.
14 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Google Inc., with its vision for a future where cars drive themselves, is putting itself at odds with an auto industry that shares its desire for safer, less- congested roads -- yet won't abide the "driverless" part. Google Inc., with its vision for a future where cars drive themselves, is putting itself at odds with an auto industry that shares its desire for safer, less- congested roads -- yet won't abide the "driverless" part.
VANCE, Ala. - Mercedes-Benz has increased production capacity for its year-old CLA entry-level sedan, aiming to alleviate tight supplies that have limited sales.
Editor's note: Chris Best is the Assistant News Director for WMC Action News 5. He's also a motorcycle enthusiast and member of the Memphis Chapter of the Harley Davidson Owner's Group. - I'll start off by saying I'm a motorcycle guy, a Harley guy to be more specific.
Is there any remaining doubt that Rough Crafts is one of the world's top custom Harley builders? On the evidence of this new Dyna, I don't think so. 'Urban Cavalry' is not your typical Harley build.
A deal has been reached to end a strike at the Lear Corp. plant in Hammond, Ind. after nearly 800 employees walked off the job Saturday morning.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo, right, and Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, attend the presentation of the new Ferrari, named LaFerrari, during the first media day of the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show, Switzerland. On Wednesday, Fiat Chrysler announced that Montezemolo will leave the company next month after managing the growth of the luxury brand.
"Any car that was only available as an automatic was a deal breaker," said Dewing, 44. "I love to drive. I want to know that I am actually driving, that I am in control of the machine."
Biking runs in Ives Brothers' blood "That's why they call it 'The Wall of Death' and not 'The Wall of Slight Accident.' " Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/maryland/2014/09/13/oc-bikefest/15611227/ Ives Brothers manager and father Shawn Ives, left, announces the show as John Lanfair, from right, Kyle Ives, and Cody Ives gear up for a performance inside the Wall of Death at OC BikeFest Saturday, September 13 in Ocean City.
A 30x50-foot garrison flag was suspended by two Topeka Fire Department ladder trucks for Cpl. Jason Harwood's funeral Saturday.
An Acura RLX sedan demonstrated an unusual way to tow another car this week: the vehicles were not physically attached. The second car drove itself, following instructions beamed over by the first in a feat of technology that indicates a new stage in automation is happening faster than many expected.
Hundreds of workers demanding higher wages walked off the job Saturday at a Lear Corp. plant in northwest Indiana that makes automotive seats, beginning a strike that could affect a major Ford assembly plant in Chicago. The plant, in Hammond, employs 760 workers making seats for the Explorer and Taurus models produced at Ford's Chicago Assembly Plant.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 08:33 pm
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