Cooper-Standard expects to double China sales in 4 yearsJuly 10
Cooper-Standard says Q4 net income rises 43%Feb. 17
Automakers, suppliers struggle to find and keep talentAug. 19, 2016
The increasing stream of engineering openings -- coupled with lower unemployment, less labor force participation and growing North American vehicle production -- underscores the need for the auto industry to attract and invest in younger workers. And not just engineers.
TI Automotive IPO could be delayed by BrexitJuly 6, 2016
The planned stock market listing of UK auto parts supplier TI Automotive, a potential $3.3 billion deal, is facing a delay due to volatility triggered by Britain's vote to leave the European Union, people familiar with the matter said.
More and more, CEO pay is linked to stockJune 20, 2016
Cooper-Standard CEO seeks more growth amid tech changesJune 6, 2016
Cooper-Standard CEO Jeffrey Edwards aimed to diversify the supplier's geographical footprint and increase r&d when he arrived from Johnson Controls in 2012. The company's products aren't as sexy as the technology that dominates front pages -- autonomous-driving systems, in-dash interfaces or electrification -- but it sells, and Wall Street is taking notice.
Cooper-Standard Automotive parent posts 46% increase in Q1 net incomeMay 4, 2016
Cooper-Standard income up in Q1May 8, 2015
Cooper Standard pares Q4 losses to $12.8 millionFeb. 24, 2015
Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc., facing foreign currency issues and soft sales on key programs in North America, said it lost $12.8 million in the fourth quarter of 2014. That was an improvement over the $20.8 million it lost during the same quarter a year earlier.