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Chrysler reaches tentative deal with UAW

Oct 12, 2011
Chrysler is the last of the Big Three American automakers to finish negotiations with the United Auto Workers Union.
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Ford uses jobs as bargaining chip

Sep 29, 2011
Ford says it's still planning to add thousands of jobs in the U.S. over the next two years, but there could be a catch.
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OnStar backs down on decision to track former customers

Sep 28, 2011
Last week, OnStar announced that it would continue to track former clients even after they cancel the service. Now, after public outcry, that action has been called off.
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After GM, UAW begins talks with Ford

Sep 27, 2011
The UAW is likely to press for bigger wage increases at Ford, the only Detroit carmaker that didn't declare bankruptcy during the financial crisis.
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Why are used cars so expensive?

Sep 23, 2011
We get an update on the state of the used car market from Phil Reed of Edmunds.com. He was -- and still is -- in favor of buying used, but now has a few caveats.
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Used car prices rise amid economic worries

Sep 22, 2011
Higher demand and tighter supply have raised used car prices, in some cases close to the cost of a new model.
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GM deal with UAW brings jobs back to Tennessee

Sep 21, 2011
After massive layoffs in '09, the town of Spring Hill had been struggling. But the announcement of new production brings back a sense of hope.
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General Motors gaining more confidence in China

Sep 20, 2011
General Motors is taking steps to cooperate with China, including the announcement that will help develop electric vehicles in the Asian market.
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The cop car to get upgraded

Sep 15, 2011
This final note today, a passing, of sorts. According to the automobile website Jalopnik, the last Ford Crown Victoria rolled off the assembly l...
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Bad economy inspires UAW and automakers to make nice

Sep 14, 2011
With contract negotiations in the final phase, neither unions nor automakers have much leverage.
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