JCI sees big role for lead-acid batteriesAug. 1, 2017
JCI CEO Molinaroli was paid $46.4 million in one month, documents sayMarch 28, 2017
Yanfeng to invest in new HQ, tech center near DetroitJan. 20, 2017
First Shift: Top hellos, goodbyes of 2016Dec. 29, 2016
Adient to spend $75 million to buy, renovate new headquarters in DetroitNov. 30, 2016
Adient expected to move about 500 employees to downtown Detroit, report saysNov. 7, 2016
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is expected to announce this month that automotive seating supplier Adient is moving about 500 jobs to downtown Detroit, sources told Crain's Detroit Business, an affiliate of Automotive News.
Adient starts trading in tough market for auto stocksOct. 31, 2016
Adient, the automotive seating and interiors company spun off from Johnson Controls, started trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday and ran into the downdraft buffeting other automotive stocks, despite an optimistic outlook.
AutoNews Now: AutoNation's beef with NissanOct. 31, 2016
Adient begins life as world's No. 1 seat makerOct. 31, 2016
Today, Oct. 31, the largest automotive supplier nobody ever heard of is to start business. That would be the $17 billion Adient, which is to launch on the New York Stock Exchange as a newly independent company and the world's No. 1 automotive seat maker.
Johnson Controls spinoff Adient to move headquarters from Milwaukee to metro DetroitOct. 25, 2016
Johnson Controls spinoff and soon-to-be new public company Adient is doubling down in the Detroit area. The world's largest automotive seating supplier said it will transition its operational headquarters from Milwaukee to metro Detroit in the coming months.