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Canadian union Unifor announced General Motors as its second bargaining target in contract talks with the Detroit Three on Monday, a day after ratifying a new three-year contract with Ford Motor. Unifor had set Ford as the first target for a pattern agreement in its contract discussions with the Detroit Three in Canada. On Sunday, the union voted in favor of a new contract with Ford that offers wage increases of up to 25% to about 5,600 workers at the automaker's Canadian facilities.
President Biden is set to join the United Auto Workers' strikes this week to show support for union workers, shortly before Former President Donald Trump joins picket lines in Detroit, skipping out on the second GOP debate. One of the issues at the center of the strike is EV production and what it means for the future of auto workers. Biden's policy to have electric vehicles account for 50% of all new auto sales by 2030 has been lauded by Trump, among other Republicans, over automation fears that could eliminate jobs and the auto parts needed for assembly. Yahoo Finance Senior Reporter Rick Newman joins to discuss what is factual and what is political strategy from both sides of the aisle. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yah...
President Biden and Former President Trump plan to visit United Auto Workers (UAW) picket lines this week to join the union's strike against Big Three automakers Ford (F), General Motors (GM), and Stellantis (STLA). Costco (COST) is set to report earnings on Tuesday. Lastly, the consumer confidence index for September is expected tomorrow morning. Yahoo Finance Live co-host Jared Blikre details the top stories and economic data investors should watch for tomorrow, Tuesday, September 26. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
Canadian auto workers say General Motors will be their next target after members ratified a new three-year labor contract with Ford. Unifor, which represents about 4,300 workers at three GM facilities in Canada, said Monday it reached a strong deal with Ford and now will try to negotiate a pattern agreement with GM. President Lana Payne said the union has a lot of bargaining leverage with GM because a factory in Oshawa, Ontario, is working around the clock to build profitable Chevrolet Silverado pickup trucks.
Trump claims EVs are a "hoax," even though Elon Musk became the world's richest person by building them.
Canadian union Unifor announced General Motors as its second bargaining target in contract talks with the Detroit Three on Monday, a day after ratifying a new three-year contract with Ford Motor. Unifor had set Ford as the first target for a pattern agreement in its contract discussions with the Detroit Three in Canada.
On Friday, the United Auto Workers union announced it is expanding its strike against General Motors (NYSE: GM) and Stellantis (NYSE: STLA) while significant progress has been made in negotiations with Ford Motor (NYSE: F).While some fears eased no additional factories will be added besides the three assembly facilities that are already on strike, which are Ford truck plant in Wayne, Michigan, GM plant in Wentzville, Missouri and the Stellantis in Toledo, the deepening of the strikes is aiming a
Auto workers carry over their strike against the Big Three automakers Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Stellantis (STLA) into its second week. Autoblog Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how the United Auto Workers' (UAW) leadership — Union President Shawn Fain — plans to expand picket lines to more facilities after little to no progress made in negotiations, as well as how presidential candidates are weighing in on the UAW strike. "[Fain is] 'trying to flip the field' and try to bring things back to where the union does have a stronger say in things like battery plants, where EV factories are built," Migliore says. "I think he's sensing is this is the time to do it, there may not be a better time." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click...
Auto workers are expanding their strike against the Big Three automakers — Ford (F), General Motors (GM), and Stellantis (STLA) — to 38 of GM's and Stellantis' parts and distribution centers. Center for American Progress Senior Director of Employment Karla Walter joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss what the United Auto Workers (UAW) strike means for the auto industry. “We’re really at this critical moment in the industry, where we’re not just looking at labor negations, but we’re looking at a push towards what does the future mean in terms of electric vehicles,” Walter explains. Walter notes that there are three things “happening at once" here: “We see automakers really making investments here, we see the federal government investing in these companies [to make sure] we remain competiti...
UAW strike: Ford says 'gaps' remain on key issues; dealers warn of parts shortages ahead of Biden visit
The UAW’s expanded strike against the Big Three entered its 11th day on Monday, with additional details emerging from Ford’s deal with Canadian autoworkers, but no breakthroughs coming stateside.