UAW hires outside counsel to lead internal investigationJuly 26
UAW President Dennis Williams said independent, outside counsel would lead an internal investigation into allegations that union officials were illegally funneled $1.2 million by FCA's former labor chief.
Mitsubishi quarterly operating profit rebounds following scandalJuly 25
Infiniti drops midsize QX70July 24
UAW's Williams 'confident' union can win vote at Nissan plantJuly 20
AutoNews Now: Bold claims ahead of Nissan-UAW voteJuly 20
New Takata airbag recalls could expose automakers to more liabilitiesJuly 19
Takata's bankruptcy filing was meant to draw a line under the auto industry's biggest safety recall, but last week's announcement of more airbag inflator recalls suggests automakers could face fresh liabilities.
UAW sets organizing vote at Nissan's Miss. plantJuly 17
Workers at Nissan's Mississippi plant will vote early next month on whether to be represented by a union, according to an agreement between the company and the UAW as the union once again seeks a major foothold after decades of failed attempts.
U.S. says 2.7 million additional Takata inflators to be recalledJuly 11
UAW files petition to force vote at Nissan Miss. plantJuly 11
First Shift: UAW pushes to organize Nissan plantJuly 11
First Shift: Focus gets new look, bigger footprintJuly 10
June volume dips as Detroit 3 slip, Honda, Toyota, Nissan riseJuly 3
U.S. light-vehicle sales dropped 2.9 percent in June behind another weak month for cars and lower fleet shipments. Toyota, Nissan and Honda chalked up modest gains while the Detroit 3 slipped as the industry posted its sixth straight monthly decline. The SAAR came in at 16.54 million, the lowest sales pace of the year.