Indiana lawmakers criticize geographic limits Honda Motor Corp. placed on hiring for some 2,000 jobs at its new Greensburg factory.
Seven employees of poultry processor George's Inc. were arrested Wednesday on federal charges of hiring illegal immigrants at a southwest Missouri plant.
Workers angry that Beall Trailers of Montana wants union members to start paying part of health insurance premiums, which the company had paid for entirely.
Automaker General Motors says slumping sales spurred the job cuts; Hamtramck assembly plant will go from two shifts to one.
Wording of a tentative contract between the automaker and the UAW have some worrying about the future of two Chrysler plants in the St. Louis suburb of Fenton.
Wall Street analysts predict the medical device maker will cut between 2,000 and 3,400 jobs amid slumping sales.
Chrysler workers would see gains of $10,235 over the life of the agreement; automaker would contribute $10.3 billion toward the creation of a union-run trust for retiree health care.
Company founder Frank Stronach has said Magna and unions need to work together to save North American auto industry jobs and create new employment.
Agreement includes a company-funded, union-run trust called Voluntary Employees Beneficiary Association and must be approved by federal courts.
Ford's chief executive says the main planks of the United Auto Workers union's deals with General Motors and Chrysler will help Ford Motor Co. become more competitive.
Labor experts are already predicting that the UAW will have a tough time selling its tentative agreement to Chrysler workers.
Mid-South Steel Products fined for alleged safety violations; perplexed president says company never had an accident or any other incident.
Labor Department reports applications for jobless benefits dropped to 308,000 last week; analysts had been expecting no change.
Toronto-based Menu Foods Income Fund cuts 10-15 percent of its workforce and pares senior management salaries as it tries to rebuild operations following massive recall.
United Auto Workers reaches tentative deals with two automakers; union now moves on to Ford, which could be toughest bargainer because of weakened financial state.
Rising health insurance costs and pension benefits dispute spurred 120 Velan Valve workers to walk off the job as their contract expired at midnight Sunday.
About six hours after the 11 a.m. walkout Wednesday, the UAW and Chrysler agreed on a tentative four-year contract, easing anxiety for thousands of workers across the country.
Heating and cooling products manufacturer says Danville., Ill., site is closing increased domestic and foreign competition.
Citing industry slowdown, company says cuts will come in next two to four months at Virginia production center and warehouse.
Expert says Marion plant workers' decision may have been influenced by General Motor's announcement it may close the plant after 2011.
2.3 percent increase in 2006 — the first rise since 1991 — due mainly to strong performances at carmakers as well as among nonferrous metal and electronic device manufacturers.
Union members with four locals across Ohio voted by wide margins to approve a tentative contract agreement with General Motors; a small local near Columbus rejected it.
Union's 11 a.m. Wednesday deadline may be a tactic to get Chrysler to give a little more.
Farm equipment maker will cut 45 workers at its Dubuque factory due to unfavorable market conditions.