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Subzero cold, ice-slicked roads and drifting snow banks persisted Tuesday, but the brutal weather was not bad enough to freeze commerce in the region.
Region residents might see the people who make Ford Explorers and Tauruses in the next pew at church, a few barstools over, or out shoveling their driveways.
The Indiana Automotive Council has drafted a three-year strategic plan that's aimed at making the state's auto manufacturers and suppliers more globally competitive, in order to spark more jobs and investment.
A growing number of consumers have driven a Ford lately, and robust sales have been paying off for shareholders, the company announced Thursday.
Indiana's automotive industry has raced ahead to second place nationally and is not letting off the gas.
Local auto manufacturers and parts suppliers took shorter breaks this summer, so that production could keep pace with revved up sales.
CHICAGO | U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner told Chicago business leaders Wednesday morning about the progress the American economy has made following the Great Recession.
Union employees at Ford Motor Co.'s Chicago Stamping Plant ratified a local labor contract Thursday after negotiators reached an agreement earlier in the month.
More than 63 percent of United Auto Workers members who work for Ford Motor Co. ratified a four-year collective bargaining agreement, according to information the union provided Wednesday.
Union workers at Ford Motor Co.'s Chicago Assembly Plant voted down a four-year tentative contract agreement, a union official said Thursday.
Ford Motor Co. said it could add a third shift at the Chicago Assembly Plant as part of a commitment to add 5,750 new jobs companywide following a tentative contract agreement reached last week with the United Auto Workers.
Ford Motor Co. said it could add a third shift at the Chicago Assembly Plant as part of a commitment to add 5,750 new jobs companywide following a tentative contract agreement reached Tuesday with the United Auto Workers.
Hourly union workers at Chicago-area United Auto Workers locals have voted to authorize a strike against Ford Motor Co. if a new deal isn't reached within the next few weeks.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Colleagues describe 85-year-old Harold Michalak as the guy who comes to work early and is one of the last to leave.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | An official from United Auto Workers international visited Ford Motor Co.'s Chicago Stamping Plant here Tuesday to talk with local union leaders and employees.
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