VW hit with U.S. unfair labor practice complaint at Tenn. plantMay 13
Tire maker Nokian plans U.S. plantMay 3
Volkswagen to build new 5-seat SUV in Tenn.April 12
1 killed, 2 injured in Tenn. supply plant shootingApril 11
GM will lay off 1,100 at GMC Acadia plant after production shiftMarch 6
Dealer asks NADA's help in DMS disputeDec. 26, 2016
Tennessee dealer Mitch Walters has taken his gripes with the data security policies of major software providers CDK Global and Reynolds and Reynolds directly to the National Automobile Dealers Association.
VW to export Atlas from U.S. to RussiaNov. 28, 2016
GM to add 650 jobs in Tenn. to meet demand for XT5, GMC AcadiaOct. 11, 2016
VW names new crossover 'Atlas'Oct. 6, 2016
Volkswagen has given the name “Atlas” to the new midsize crossover that will shoulder the burden of reviving the brand's fortunes in the U.S., according to Automobilwoche, the German-language affiliate of Automotive News.
VW's plant in Tenn. becomes epicenter of challenge to 'micro-unions'Sept. 28, 2016
Volkswagen has joined other large companies and a chorus of business groups and Republican lawmakers in challenging a union strategy of organizing splinter groups of workers, but experts say recent court decisions approving the tactic suggest it is here to stay.
Anti-UAW worker group at VW Tennessee plant loses representationSept. 23, 2016
A worker group created as an alternative to the UAW at Volkswagen AG's plant in Tennessee has failed to meet minimum membership requirements under the German automaker's labor policy, VW said on Thursday.
VW CFO's task: Fund innovation while taking a $20 billion hitSept. 12, 2016
As CFO, it falls to Frank Witter to figure out how to fund the innovation needed to succeed in a rapidly changing auto market -- electric vehicles, driverless technology and ride-sharing services -- while digesting an unprecedented 18 billion euro hit ($20 billion) from fines and other costs related to the scandal. That means enforcing much stricter financial discipline on an organization accustomed to unbridled spending and engineering excess.