The Latest In U.S. Automotive News
- Bill would restore salaried Delphi retirees’ pensions
An Ohio senator wants to give $1 billion from a General Motors stock sale to salaried Delphi Automotive retirees who lost much of their pension coverage during the supplier’s bankruptcy proceedings, but the Delphi Salaried Retirees Association…
- Coda cranks up battery-car sales after California ‘soft’ start
Coda Automotive, the Los Angeles-based electric-car maker, is boosting production of its namesake sedan and building a 30-dealer network to compete with larger competitors in the slow-growing rechargeable vehicle market.
- Former Tower CEO, Ford exec Kathleen Ligocki joins Lear board
Seating and electrical system supplier Lear said former Tower Automotive CEO and longtime Ford executive Kathleen Ligocki has joined its board of directors. Ligocki, 55, is currently the CEO and director of Next Autoworks.
- CAW says Detroit 3 labor talks accelerate but with few results
Less than a week before labor contracts between the CAW and the Detroit 3 automakers expire, the two sides are meeting more frequently, but talks “have not yielded many results,” the union said on Wednesday.