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AutoCanada, Canada's only publicly traded auto retailer, is buying most of the Grossinger Auto Group in Chicago, giving it a foothold in the United States -- with plans for more growth.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett apologized to employees for accusations detailed in a newspaper report that management at two Chicago plants did not respond adequately to complaints of sexual harassment.
Your story about the technician strike in Chicago quoted fixed ops consultant Rob Gehring as saying: “I wouldn’t be a technician.” People like him help drive the poor technician attitude.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to add a high-speed train between the Loop and O'Hare International Airport has drawn interest from a big name: Elon Musk.
The union representing Chicago-area mechanics is encouraged by its new contract with local dealerships. The contract, signed Sunday, ended a seven-week strike.
Some dealers were overwhelmed with incomplete orders and were closing service departments. Others were taking the walkout in stride.
Mechanics are on strike in Chicago over work schedules. The union has asked for a guaranteed 40-hour work week -- a change dealerships reject.
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