Boeing said it will inspect the wings of about 40 Dreamliner jets still in production after learning of a possible manufacturing defect at a supplier.
Ford plans to move production of its new medium-duty trucks from Mexico to an assembly plant in Ohio, the company announced on Friday.
Navistar reported a larger first-quarter loss amid lower truck volume in North America.
GM chief Mary Barra said the nation’s top automaker has taken extra steps to tackle a large-scale recall and assured employees the recall won’t negatively impact sales.
Sergio Marchionne, the chief executive of Chrysler Group and Fiat, said he doesn’t plan to sell any of the combined automaker’s assets to raise cash amid an effort to expand its global footprint.
The nation's top auto parts retailer reported 9.4% growth in its second-quarter earnings, as the company defied snowy weather to book stronger revenue and beat the Street.
As Russia's move to send its military into Ukraine rattles global markets, some of the most recognizable companies in the U.S. are also bracing for whatever might lie ahead.