United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain told members in his weekly address there is "more to be won" from Ford, General Motors and Stellantis, and the union's strike is not over.
Ford Motor Co. and Stellantis said Thursday that they are laying off additional workers at two plants in Michigan and Ohio due to the ongoing United Auto Workers strike.
The economic toll of the United Auto Workers strike against Ford, General Motors and Stellantis continues to grow as the union's month-long strike continues.
Ford Executive Chair Bill Ford called on the United Auto Workers to make a deal to end the union's strike, saying the work stoppage could cripple the entire U.S. auto industry.
Ford is recalling 238,364 Explorers from the model years 2020 through 2022 because the rear axle mounting bolt on some vehicles may fracture and cause the driveshaft to disconnect.
The United Auto Workers' strike at Ford Motor Co.'s plant in Louisville, Kentucky, will deal a major blow to the automaker. The facility is Ford's largest and most profitable.
The United Auto Workers strike against Ford, General Motors and Stellantis could escalate at any time rather than on a weekly basis, the union's president said Friday.
Thousands of United Auto Worker union members walked off the jobs at Ford Motor Company's truck plant in Kentucky on Wednesday evening.
Ford, General Motors and Stellantis all laid off more workers as the United Auto Workers strike against Detroit's Big Three automakers entered its fourth week.
General Motors and Unifor, a Canadian union, reached a tentative agreement hours after 4,300 workers went on strike on Tuesday at three GM facilities in Canada.
The United Auto Workers' limited strike against Ford, General Motors and Stellantis has already cost the economy more than any other strike in the industry this century.
United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain did not announce any new strikes against Ford, General Motors and Stellantis on Friday during a Facebook Live announcement.
United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain to reveal Friday whether the union will expand its incremental strike against Ford, General Motors and Stellantis yet again.
General Motors confirmed an estimated $200 million loss since the beginning of the United Auto Workers strike against GM, Stellantis and Ford on Sept. 15.
GM secured a $6 billion line of credit on Wednesday through JPMorgan, two days after laying 164 workers amid the ongoing United Auto Worker strike, now in its 20th day.
U.S. safety regulators are widening a probe into certain Ford and Lincoln truck and SUV models built with a faulty valve that can lead to catastrophic engine failures.
The United Auto Workers' strike against Detroit's Big Three automakers is in its third week, and has so far cost $3.95 billion in losses to the U.S. economy.
Following the United Auto Workers' announcement extending strike to another Ford assembly plant, the automaker's supply chain chief said up to 500,000 jobs are at risk.
The White House said President Biden will not be involved in any negotiations between the United Auto Workers and Detroit's Big Three automakers.
United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain on Friday announced the union will expand its strike against Ford and General Motors, but not Stellantis.