GM, Ford & Fiat Chrysler Report 2nd Quarter LossThis week Detroit's automakers reported their second-quarter earnings and losses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Ford, Fiat Return To Pre-Coronavirus Schedules At U.S. PlantsFord and Fiat resume to pre-coronavirus schedules nearly a month after reopening its plants.
Ford's American Workforce: The Dearborn Based Automaker Debuts New CampaignThe Dearborn based automaker is promoting a celebration of the American workforce as plants open back up next week.
Ford Company Executive Salaries Top $70M While Ford Made Only $47MFord is also facing financial issues after its top executive salaries totaled $70 million while the company only made $47 million last year.
Detroit Automakers Sales Declining Amid CoronavirusDetroit's three biggest automakers report declining sales during the coronavirus outbreak.
MDOT: $1.4M Construction Project To Close Miller, Ford RoadsA $1.4 million construction project will close Miller and Ford roads.
Fiat Chrysler Announce 20% Pay Cuts, GM, Ford Proposed Similar Temporary Plans Amid COVID-19 OutbreakFiat Chrysler announce temporary pay cuts for its salary workers amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Ford Plants Remain Closed, Automaker Will Instead Make VentilatorsFord Motor Company says they will once again postpone opening their North American Plants.
Report: Ford To Start Pay Freezes, Would Start With Executives On MayFord is warning both employees and executives to prepare for a possible pay freeze.
Ford Delays Plant Openings, Says Indefinitely Closed Due To Coronavirus OutbreakThe auto-maker says its suspending planned re-openings of its factories.
GM, Ford Discussing New Production For Medical Supplies, Including VentilatorsDetroit automakers are closing plants in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, but they might continue production of a with a different product.
Ford Lawsuit Settlement: Ford Focus, Fiesta Owners Could See Big PaydayThe settlement was approved last week as part of a class action lawsuit.
Ford Recalls More Than 240K Vehicles Over Suspension ProblemFord is recalling more than 240,000 vehicles over a suspension problem. Here's what you need to know.
Justice Department Drops Anti-Trust Suit Against Four AutomakersThe Justice Department is dropping an anti-trust investigation into four different automakers.
GM Announces Profit Sharing For Hourly WorkersGeneral Motors is sharing its profits with hourly workers less than five months after many went on strike.