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UAW President Shawn Fain announced Friday that 7,000 union members would walk off their jobs at a one Ford and one GM assembly plant, bringing the total number of striking workers to more than 25,000.
The UAW's next move, an alternative bid for the PGA Tour, Disney refocuses, and more Friday morning headlines.
President Biden is visiting a UAW picket line in Michigan Tuesday, a first for a sitting U.S. president.
The UAW said Ford would be spared because it was closer to a deal than the other two companies. It appears today that this is further from the truth than expected.
Disney may be looking to sell its linear TV channels, Arm's IPO investors should be wildly happy Friday morning, and the UAW walks out of three auto plants, one owned by each of Detroit's Big Three.
Contract negotiations between the Detroit Three and the United Autoworkers are not going smoothly with just two weeks to go before the current contract expires. Tesla and Chinese EV makers are also...
A Vietnam-based EV maker roared out of the gate after its IPO, and OpenAI's ChatGPT is not very smart when it comes to simple math.
The United Auto Workers, which represents most of Ford's assembly line workers in the United States, could call a strike as soon as next month.
Ford shares are in retreat as it negotiates with the union in a time of transformation.
Here is a look at what to expect when Ford, Intel, and these others reports quarterly earnings on Thursday.
EV maker Fisker pulled most EV makers along in its wake Monday. There was one big exception, though.
Once considered a troubled car company, Ford has started to emerge from that shadow.
Ford has argued that it will be an electric vehicle leader and not merely a survivor, and people are starting to believe it.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Aflac, Cloudflare, Comerica, Comstock Resources, Costco Wholesale, Dollar General, Dominion Energy, Equitrans Midstream, Ford, Meta Platforms,...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Abbott Laboratories, Boston Scientific, ChargePoint, Coinbase Global, Dollar General, Equitrans Midstream, Ford, Hasbro, Johnson & Johnson,...