General Dynamics, based in Falls Church, Virginia, is the country's fifth biggest defense contractor.
Autoworkers are continuing the strike as rank-and-file members vote on ratifying the tentative agreement, a move that was unusual but seemed slightly more likely as the strike dragged on.
The Chicago teachers union is on its second day of striking after contract negotiations with city officials broke down on Friday.
Assistant to the President for Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro says the decision to place increased tariffs on European autos coming into the U.S. will be made in a "while."
Some of the most anticipated parts of the deal include a new shortened path to permanent status for temporary workers and guaranted wage increases and lump sums for permanent manufacturing employees.
Thousands of students are out of school as Chicago teachers go on strike. FOX Business' Lauren Simonetti with more.
The tentative agreement is expected to appease autoworkers who were concerned by GM's plan to idle the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant in Michigan by placing production of an electric truck there.
Though classes are canceled, buildings will remain open and meals will be served.
FOX Business’ Grady Trimble reports on the GM-UAW deal. Then, a panel, including FOX Business panelists Steve Moore and Carol Roth, discuss how other unions in the U.S. may react to this deal.
Working parents will be scrambling to find childcare — and pay for it.
"I'm sure the team members at General Motors are anxious to get back to work and earn a paycheck," Jim Lentz, Toyota Motor North America CEO, said.
Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz discusses the tentative agreement reached between General Motors and the United Automobile Workers as well as the strike’s impact on GM’s business.
FOX Business’ Grady Trimble reports on the tentative deal struck between General Motors and the UAW.
The strike is not technically over, but this is a positive sign.
If the UAW cannot make progress on Thursday, there is one action it could take that would further leverage GM.
Former Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli discusses the latest on the UAW strike and its impact on GM’s bottom line.
The union's strike against the company is just shy of the one-month mark.
How long can the strike fund hold out? It will cover weekly strike pay of $275 (recently bumped up from $250) for roughly 46,000 striking GM workers.
FOX Business’ Grady Trimble reports from the UAW GM strike on developing negotiations as the strike enters its fifth week.
The teachers union would accept a phased approach to capping class sizes as well as increasing the number of social workers, case managers and school nurses, they told reporters Saturday afternoon.