Former UAW President Dennis Williams Pleads Guilty

Former UAW President Dennis Williams Pleads Guilty

Dennis Williams, former president of the United Auto Workers, pleaded guilty to a single federal criminal charge of conspiring with other UAW officials to embezzle funds from the union. The guilty plea leaves Williams’ facing up to five years in prison and a $250,000...
Nikola Trying to Salvage Its Image on Wall Street

Nikola Trying to Salvage Its Image on Wall Street

What was billed as “a partnership made in heaven” has taken a hellish series of turns for Nikola this month, and with the fate of its proposed alliance with General Motors now in limbo, the Phoenix-based startup is frantically trying to reassure investors on Wall...
Honda Brings E:Concept SUV to Beijing Motor Show

Honda Brings E:Concept SUV to Beijing Motor Show

Honda has big plans to electrify its line-up though, until recently, its emphasis has been on hybrids and PHEVs. But the automaker recently launched its little e minicar in Europe and Japan and is now showing off another all-electric concept at the Beijing Motor Show...
Nissan Aims to Be Back in the Black Next Year

Nissan Aims to Be Back in the Black Next Year

After posting its worst loss in two decades, and despite the fact that it expects another deficit for the current fiscal year, Nissan’s embattled CEO was sounding downright upbeat during a presentation at the Beijing Auto Show, forecasting that the company will see a...
Unifor Members Ratify New Ford Labor Pact

Unifor Members Ratify New Ford Labor Pact

Members of Unifor, the union representing auto workers in Canada, ratified a new three-year contract with the Ford Motor Co. The final tally, according to Unifor, shows 81% of the union members voted for the new collective agreements that include $1.95 billion in...