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  • TORONTO/ GATINEAU, Quebec, Feb 23- Canada's biggest railway reached a last-minute tentative agreement with one of its unions on Monday, averting a lockout that threatened to delay imports from Asia and compound a U.S. West Coast port logjam. Canadian National Railway Co and Unifor, the union representing its 4,800 mechanical, clerical and trucking workers,...

  • TORONTO/ GATINEAU, Quebec, Feb 23- Canada's biggest railway reached a last-minute tentative agreement with one of its unions on Monday, averting a lockout that threatened to delay imports from Asia and compound a U.S. West Coast port logjam. Canadian National Railway Co and Unifor, the union representing its 4,800 mechanical, clerical and trucking workers,...

  • TORONTO, Feb 23- A looming lockout at Canada's biggest railway threatens to delay imports from Asia and may compound a U.S. West Coast port logjam unless last-ditch contract talks succeed on Monday. CN Rail operates freight trains on tracks across Canada and the United States, but Unifor represents only Canadian workers. Ontario- based automakers such as Ford...

  • Final Glance: Autos companies Monday, 23 Feb 2015 | 6:04 PM ET

    Ford Motor Co. fell$. 02 or. 1 percent, to $16.38. General Motors Co. rose$. 04 or. 1 percent, to $37.69. Honda Motor Co. fell$. 21 or. 6 percent, to $33.30.

  • Midday Glance: Autos companies Monday, 23 Feb 2015 | 1:20 PM ET

    Ford Motor Co. fell$. 03 or. 2 percent, to $16.37. General Motors Co. fell$. 04 or. 1 percent, to $37.61. Honda Motor Co. fell$. 26 or. 8 percent, to $33.25.

  • Early Glance: Autos companies Monday, 23 Feb 2015 | 10:40 AM ET

    Ford Motor Co. rose$. 02 or. 1 percent, to $16.42. General Motors Co. fell$. 13 or. 3 percent, to $37.52. Honda Motor Co. fell$. 45 or 1.3 percent, to $33.06.

  • The Nissan Autonomous Drive Leaf electric vehicle

    Marc Winterhoff sees the great auto shake out coming over the next 15-20 years. That's when self-driving, or autonomous drive, vehicles will take off.

  • Honda shocks by announcing CEO to step down Monday, 23 Feb 2015 | 3:25 AM ET

    Honda Motor, in an unexpected move, said that CEO Takanobu Ito would step down in late June, making way for Managing Officer Takahiro Hachigo.

  • *Ito has pushed reforms to Honda's supply chain. Such self-inflicted setbacks had been compounded by multi-million-vehicle recalls to replace air bag inflators made by top supplier Takata Corp that have so far been linked to six deaths, all in Honda cars. "I think this move is an attempt by Honda to tread a different course, with someone who upholds harmony," said...

  • The ensuing years were no easier, as a disappointing launch of the Civic model caused many to question whether Honda had lost its edge. For the past three years, Ito has shaken up Honda's decades-old, tightly-knit supply chain as the automaker sought to trim costs and find more cutting-edge technologies. That has predictably rankled local suppliers, and some...

  • The unexpected decision follows the recalls of more 6.2 million Honda vehicles in the U.S.— and millions of others elsewhere— equipped with air bags made by Japan's Takata Corp. The air bags have inflators that can explode, expelling shards of metal and plastic. "I believe Honda needs to become one strong team in order to overcome challenges and the team requires a...

  • Honda, in unexpected move, says CEO Ito to step down Monday, 23 Feb 2015 | 1:16 AM ET

    TOKYO, Feb 23- Honda Motor Co, in an unexpected move, said on Monday that Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito would step down in late June, making way for Managing Officer Takahiro Hachigo after six years in the top post. Hachigo, 55, an engineer, joined Honda in 1982 with a career spanning several countries including the United States, China, and Britain.

  • LOS ANGELES, Feb 21- U.S. West Coast ports will resume full operations from Saturday evening after a tentative labor deal was reached between a dockworkers union and a group of shippers, easing months of disruptions to trans-Pacific trade that have hit businesses from automakers to meat exports. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez arrived in San Francisco to broker a...

  • LOS ANGELES, Feb 21- A group of shipping companies and a powerful dockworkers union reached a tentative labor deal late on Friday after nine months of negotiations, settling a dispute that disrupted the flow of cargo through 29 U.S. West Coast ports and snarled trans-Pacific maritime trade with Asia. The White House called the deal "a huge relief" for the economy,...

  • West Coast ports, union reach tentative labor deal Saturday, 21 Feb 2015 | 1:56 AM ET
    Container ships sit docked in a berth at the Port of Oakland on February 17, 2015 in Oakland, California.

    Shipping companies and terminal operators clinched a tentative deal with the dockworkers union, settling a labor dispute causing months of backups at 29 U.S. ports.

  • LOS ANGELES— Negotiators reached a tentative contract covering West Coast dockworkers, likely ending a protracted labor dispute that snarled international trade at seaports handling about $1 trillion worth of cargo annually. They work 29 ports from San Diego to Seattle that handle about one-quarter of all U.S. international trade, much of it with Asia.

  • Final Glance: Autos companies Friday, 20 Feb 2015 | 6:00 PM ET

    Ford Motor Co. fell$. 03 or. 2 percent, to $16.40. General Motors Co. rose$. 14 or. 4 percent, to $37.65. Honda Motor Co. rose$. 14 or. 4 percent, to $33.51.

  • Midday Glance: Autos companies Friday, 20 Feb 2015 | 1:36 PM ET

    Ford Motor Co. fell$. 01 or percent, to $16.42. General Motors Co. rose$. 06 or. 2 percent, to $37.57. Honda Motor Co. rose$. 04 or. 1 percent, to $33.41.

  • Early Glance: Autos companies Friday, 20 Feb 2015 | 10:50 AM ET

    Ford Motor Co. fell$. 14 or. 9 percent, to $16.29. General Motors Co. fell$. 26 or. 7 percent, to $37.26. Honda Motor Co. fell$. 06 or. 2 percent, to $33.31.

  • COLUMBUS, Ohio— Honda says it will temporarily resume normal production at its Ohio plants after six days of shift reductions related to a West Coast port contract dispute. The Columbus Dispatch reports the automaker announced Thursday that while it's still experiencing parts shortages at some plants, it has enough parts to operate normally in Ohio.