American Axle completes $3.3 billion acquisition of MetaldyneApril 6
American Axle Q4 net falls 25% as demand slowsFeb. 10
Industry vet Leuliette joins startup Autobrain as adviser to chairmanDec. 20, 2016
American Axle CEO chides analysts over dealNov. 25, 2016
American Axle to face new risks, board changes after Metaldyne dealNov. 8, 2016
American Axle's bold move last week to acquire Metaldyne in a $3.3 billion deal is an operational win, but local experts say the deal is expensive and carries new financial risk, along with the addition of new, potentially challenging board room dynamics for management.
Merger eases American Axle lossNov. 7, 2016
Last week, American Axle announced plans to acquire Metaldyne Performance Group Inc. for $3.3 billion, a deal that allows it to declare that it is truly independent of its former parent, General Motors.
American Axle to buy Metaldyne for $3.3 billionNov. 3, 2016
American Axle & Manufacturing agreed to acquire Metaldyne Performance Group for $3.3 billion in cash, stock and debt. The deal, expected to close during the first half of 2017, creates a supplier with a broad lineup of drivetrain, driveline and powertrain components and systems.
First Shift: Oct. U.S. sales winners, losersNov. 3, 2016
Metaldyne expands casting business with deal for Brillion Iron WorksSept. 2, 2016
Swift growth for Michigan suppliersAug. 1, 2016
Metaldyne Performance Group to consolidate 8 brandsJuly 20, 2016
MPG grows into global foundry playerMay 16, 2016
With plants in 13 countries, Metaldyne Performance Group Inc. now can compete for contracts to supply global platforms, says Doug Grimm, MPG's chief operating officer. To beef up its overseas presence, MPG also has formed alliances with GF Automotive of Switzerland and Riken Corp. of Japan.