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Showdown in Tennessee: VW Workers to Vote on the UAW

Showdown in Tennessee: VW Workers to Vote on the UAW

Barely a week from now the 4,000 workers at the Volkswagen of America plant in Chattanooga will begin voting on whether they want to join the United Auto Workers in the first test of the UAW’s effort to sign up workers at the foreign-owned automotive plants that have popped up across the United States over the last four decades.

March Auto Sales Look Strong – But Affordability Remains an Issue

March Auto Sales Look Strong – But Affordability Remains an Issue

After an uncertain start, U.S. auto sales showed solid momentum in March, with big gains by Japan’s big three and record numbers from Hyundai – which was charged up by EV demand. But Tesla posted a rare sales slid and GM lost ground during the first quarter. Meanwhile, high transaction prices continue to keep many buyers out of the market.

UAW Sets Sights on Toyota Plant in Missouri

UAW Chief Fain Blasts CEO Farley for Comments on Ford’s Future

UAW President Shawn Fain clapped back at Ford CEO Jim Farley after the automaker’s chief expressed disappointment in the union’s decision to strike Ford and concern about how it may change the relationship between the two. Fain suggested it may be time for the automaker to get a different CEO, among other things. Find out more at Headlight.News.