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UAW workers approve Ford labor deal

Hourly workers represented by the United Auto Workers ratified a labor deal with Ford Motor Co on Wednesday, leaving Chrysler as the last U.S. automaker without a finalized contract.

 

Ford to add 5,750 US jobs as part of new contract

Ford to add 5,750 US jobs as part of new contract

DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) -- Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday it will add 5,750 jobs and invest $4.8 billion in its U.S. factories as part of a new contract deal with the United Auto Workers union....

 

GM-UAW agree on new contract

General Motors Co. and the United Auto Workers have reached an agreement on a new contract....

 

GM, UAW Deal Possible Today

General Motors and the United Auto Workers union are in the "final stage" of negotiations on a new labor contract and a deal could be struck as soon as Friday.

 

UAW wants bigger cut of Detroit's newfound profits

To help American carmakers stay in business, autoworkers grudgingly gave up pay raises and some benefits four years ago.

 

GM Workers to Get Cut of Profits

General Motors is planning to pay its hourly workers in the U.S. at least $3,000 each under a profit-sharing provision in its UAW contract.

 

In First Report After Bankruptcy, G.M. Posts Loss

In First Report After Bankruptcy, G.M. Posts Loss

G.M. said Wednesday that it had positive cash flow of $1 billion in the six months after it emerged from bankruptcy protection last July, but that it lost $4.3 billion in that period, mostly because of the cost of settling with the United Auto Workers union over retiree health benefits, one of the burdens that helped bring the company to its knees.

 

Ford’s Plan to Cut Costs Falls Short in Union Vote

Ford’s Plan to Cut Costs Falls Short in Union Vote

Changes to the workers’ contract that would have allowed cuts appeared headed for certain defeat.

 

U.A.W. and Ford Reach Tentative Deal on Concessions

If union members accept the deal, Ford will gain some of the benefits that General Motors and Chrysler needed bankruptcy reorganization to achieve.

 

UAW says GM talks to intensify as jobs issue looms

UAW says GM talks to intensify as jobs issue looms

The United Auto Workers union expects a crucial round of restructuring talks with General Motors Corp "to intensify this coming week" ahead of an end-of-May deadline set by the Obama administration.

 

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