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  • GM And UAW Seal Deal: Was Strike Worth It? Wednesday, 26 Sep 2007 | 10:17 AM ET
    Ron Gettelfinger, United Auto Workers President

    I can't say I'm a fan of the 3:15 am wake up call, but this one I didn't mind. By 4 am I was interviewing UAW President Ron Gettelfinger about the new contract his union signed with General Motors. The strike is over and both sides get what they need out of this deal.

  • Toyota May Not Achieve Rise in September U.S. Sales Wednesday, 26 Sep 2007 | 7:21 AM ET
    Toyota.

    A top executive at Toyota Motor said on Wednesday that achieving a rise in U.S. sales in September might be tough because of a spike in sales in the same month a year earlier.

  • UAW's GM Strike Felt Across Borders Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007 | 5:17 PM ET

    The United Auto Workers union's strike against General Motors went into its second day Tuesday, with UAW and GM representatives meeting again at the negotiating table.

  • Stop Trading!: Magna's a Mover Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007 | 3:25 PM ET

    This growth stock is a great play on ever-changing emission standards.Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.

  • Prolonged Strike at GM Could Disrupt Economy Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007 | 2:44 PM ET

    A protracted work stoppage could prove disastrous, with a housing downturn and credit market unrest already threatening to stall an expansion now in its sixth year.

  • Mercedes' CORE Plan Leads to Improved Savings, Revenue Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007 | 11:54 AM ET

    DaimlerChrysler said Tuesday that a program launched in 2005 to restore the luster of the company's Mercedes Car Group has worked so well that it's being ended ahead of schedule.

  • GM/UAW: Oops! I Got It Wrong About The Strike Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007 | 10:27 AM ET

    At this time yesterday morning, I boldly and unequivocally blogged about my belief that GM and the UAW would avoid a strike and agree on a new contract. If you read that and then, just a few hours later, saw me interview striking workers in Warren, Michigan, you probably said to yourself, "boy did he get that wrong!"

  • UAW Strikes GM; Job Security Is Key Issue Monday, 24 Sep 2007 | 4:32 PM ET

    United Auto Workers stage a national strike after the two sides fail to sign a new contract by a union-imposed deadline. Sides still talking.

  • Long GM Strike Could Hurt Parts Suppliers Monday, 24 Sep 2007 | 4:03 PM ET

    A strike at U.S. automaker General Motors will hurt suppliers if it drags on, further battering an industry already suffering from shrinking sales and possible bankruptcies, analysts said.

  • As many as 100,000 Canadian workers could be laid off by the end of this week if the strike at General Motors' U.S. operations drags on, the head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said Monday.

  • GM/UAW Strike: Job Security Still The Issue Monday, 24 Sep 2007 | 3:43 PM ET

    As I walk along the UAW picket line outside the GM power train plant in Warren, Michigan, I hear the same thing over and over: "protect our jobs".  For all the talk about GM and the UAW being able to agree on a groundbreaking fund to handle rising healthcare expenses, the sticking point is old fashioned job security.

  • UAW Members Nervous, but Stoic Over GM Strike Monday, 24 Sep 2007 | 3:36 PM ET

    Members of the United Auto Workers union at General Motors Corp reacted with a mixture of nervousness, surprise and stoicism Monday after their union called a strike against the top U.S. automaker.

  • GM Strike Costs 760 Vehicles Per Hour, Analyst Says Monday, 24 Sep 2007 | 3:11 PM ET

    The strike at General Motors will cause U.S. production losses of 760 vehicles per hour and could shut the automaker's facilities in Canada and Mexico within three days, a leading industry analyst said Monday.

  • GM/UAW Talks: Why I Think There Will Be A Deal Monday, 24 Sep 2007 | 10:36 AM ET

    After more than 20 straight hours of talks, negotiators for the United Auto Workers and General Motors face a strike deadline of 11 am this morning. In past years that would prompt people to say, "uh oh, there's gonna be a nasty strike".

  • Volvo Deliveries Dip on Lingering U.S. Woes Monday, 24 Sep 2007 | 3:52 AM ET

    Truck deliveries by world No.2 truckmaker Volvo fell 4% in January through August as gains in Europe and Asia failed to offset lingering weakness in North America, the firm said on Monday.

  • GM, UAW Work to Complete Cost-Cutting Labor Deal Sunday, 23 Sep 2007 | 11:12 PM ET
    General Motors

    General Motors and the United Auto Workers union on Sunday rushed to complete a cost-cutting labor deal that would allow the top U.S. automaker to cut itself free from a $50 billion retiree health-care burden.

  • GM, UAW Optimistic as Talks Continue Sunday, 23 Sep 2007 | 4:03 PM ET

    Two people who have been briefed on the talks said Saturday that bargainers reported progress toward an agreement on the linchpin of the talks, GM  funding a union-run trust that would take over much of the company's $51 billion unfunded obligation to pay health care costs for retirees.

  • GM, Union Resume Talks, Still Apart on Health Costs Friday, 21 Sep 2007 | 10:56 AM ET

    General Motorsand the United Auto Workers union resumed negotiations Friday after adjourning talks in the early hours as 73,000 GM workers returned for another day of work without a new contract.

  • Airbus COO Sees Strong Euro Hurting Recovery Friday, 21 Sep 2007 | 3:58 AM ET

    Airbus's chief operating officer said the rise in the euro to above $1.4 meant the European plane maker might have to find another billion euros in savings under a restructuring plan drawn up with the euro at $1.35.

  • GM, UAW Continue to Discuss Health Care Issue Thursday, 20 Sep 2007 | 4:44 PM ET

    Negotiators for General Motors and the United Auto Workers, trying to craft a new contract, are still discussing the automaker's proposal to pay the union to form a trust and take over the company's huge retiree health care obligation, according to two people who have been briefed on the talks.