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US: UAW affiliated workers ready to find profit-sharing quotas


The Detroit’s Three 141,000 UAW workers are getting ready to find out during the next few days how much celebrating they have to do – as companies will report the annual profit-sharing checks owed to employees. General Motors and Ford have been hit last year by surging recall-related spending and product launch costs – so the analysts expect the worker profit-sharing ...
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Among metal price slump, aluminum keeps momentum due to automaker investments
While the global economy is worried that prices are falling for numerous commodities, among metals the aluminum is climbing as a bright spot because of the carmakers’ need to develop ...
Automakers don’t swarm on the Super Bowl XLIX
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[Video] Automakers pitch well-known stars for upcoming Super Bowl ads
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Suppliers already pitch the systems of tomorrow to the automakers
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Study sees Hyundai filling patents at an increased speed
Hyundai Motor, which together with affiliate Kia Motors forms the world’s fifth-largest automaker, has seen the biggest gains in the number of filed patents over a period of half a ...
US: NAIAS shows Japanese automakers are in for the long run in the truck category
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Google says it’s ready to jointly develop autonomous cars with automakers
Internet giant Google Inc. announced that it’s ready for open collaboration and discussions have begun with most of the global automakers on the prospects of automotive driverless car research. According to ...
China: PSA sales jump could signal market turn towards mass-market automakers
PSA Peugeot-Citroen saw its global sales rising around 4% last year to a total of 2.94 million vehicles for the first time in the last four years – but more ...
China: dealer tensions cloud market prospects
Lately, the news coming from China are not focused on the new year’s sales prospects of the auto industry, but on the open rebellion that the local sales networks have ...

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