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The union representing Chicago-area mechanics is encouraged by its new contract with local dealerships. The contract, signed Sunday, ended a seven-week strike.
Federal prosecutors seized $292,000 funds they allege were laundered through a fake hospice center in connection to corruption scandal by UAW and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles executives.
Mechanics at Chicago-area new-car dealerships returned to work on Monday after agreeing to a new four-year contract on Sunday, ending a strike that lasted about seven weeks.
As Mercedes-Benz adds programs to raise service retention, a new service effectiveness score may ultimately be tied to a financial incentive for dealers.
Most dealerships shun older cars, but a few work on classics 30 years old and older. Here's why.
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