The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) announced that John Catterall, former executive director of the Auto/Steel Partnership and an automotive engineering veteran, has been named vice
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General Motors Co., shrunken after a 2009 U.S. bailout, still provides a boost to the U.S. economy, the Center for Automotive Research said in a report.
Plug Power Inc., Latham, N.Y., a provider of hydrogen engines and fueling solutions enabling e-mobility, today announced a partnership with Colorado-based Lightning Systems, a global developer of
U.S. manufacturers cut 12,000 jobs in January, led by a loss of jobs in the motor vehicles sector. Makers of vehicles and parts pared 10,600 jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor
GM Motors Co. today posted a fourth-quarter loss because of a strike by the United Auto Workers. GM also posted a lower full-year profit because of the walkout.
Ford Motor Co. today reported a fourth-quarter loss of $1.67 billion as the automaker’s North American results fell. The loss was 42 cents on a per-share basis. That compares with a year-earlier
Governor Ralph Northam has announced that Mack Trucks will invest $13 million to establish a manufacturing operation in Roanoke County, creating 250 new jobs. The new venture will allow Mack to
Caterpillar Inc. today reported higher fourth-quarter profit as expense controls made up for lower revenue. The Deerfield, Illinois-based maker of earthmoving machines and heavy equipment also
The 2019 negotiations between the United Auto Workers and Detroit-area automakers didn’t make major changes in the labor situation at the companies, a panel of labor analysts and former
Carlos Ghosn, the former executive who fled Japan last month, went on the offensive today against the Japanese criminal justice system and Nissan Motor Co., the automaker he formerly headed.