No Chrysler IPO this year
Italian automaker Fiat said Monday it won’t launch an initial public offering for Chrysler before the end of this year, according to the Associated Press. 434 more words
From Big Three to Detroit Three Was the Government Bailout the Answer for the Auto Industry?
The collapse of Detroit’s auto industry, specifically Chrysler LCC, General Motors Corporation and Ford Motor Company, caused a tremendous ripple effect throughout the region and it stretched all the way to D.C. 1,961 more words
For more than two weeks, public attention in Detroit was focused on the courtroom of US Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes, where the testimony of dozens of witnesses, including Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, concluded late last week. 1,246 more words
Why would Volkswagen management support unions?
VW says it wants German-style “works council” at the plant to get employees input. The councils meet on issues such as work rule disputes in order to improve plant efficiency. 268 more words
Any discussion of worklife needs to break this compound word into its component parts, work and life. Most people, if asked, would probably say that they work to live, not the reverse. 1,577 more words