U.S. charges retired UAW official in ongoing corruption probeAug. 18
First Shift: Shotgun, purses and a widening scandalAug. 18
GM suspended Iacobelli following federal indictment, report saysAug. 16
Double whammy: UAW deals with defeat, corruption claimsAug. 12
Ford won't review training center finances amid UAW-FCA charges; GM mumAug. 11
Ford will not review the finances of a joint employee training center with the UAW after indictments related to an alleged plot to funnel millions of dollars from the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center to officials at the automaker and union.
Ex-FCA exec pleads not guilty in scandal involving UAWAug. 1
Former FCA analyst Durden pleads guilty to conspiracyAug. 8
First Shift: Genesis aims to fly solo fasterAug. 7
Nissan Miss. plant workers reject unionizationAug. 5
Workers at Nissan's Canton, Miss., assembly plant have rejected unionization in a 2,244 to 1,307 vote. The outcome delivers another setback to the UAW's decades-long quest to organize foreign automakers' assembly plants in the South.
Ex-FCA analyst faces 2 federal charges in FCA-UAW probeAug. 4
Former Fiat Chrysler financial analyst Jerome Durden was released on a $10,000 bond after he was charged in federal court on accusations of participating in a plot between the automaker and the UAW to pipe millions from an employee training fund for personal use.