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By the numbers: UAW-GM strike enters second week
By the numbers: UAW-GM strike enters second week

Monday marks a week since UAW-represented workers at General Motors initiated a strike over the two parties' inability to reach an agreement over several issues, including wages, healthcare costs, and preserving existing jobs. UAW workers walked out after their contracts expired on Sunday...Read More»

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Uber, Lyft drivers strike over low wages, limited benefits

Frequent Uber and Lyft users may have a more difficult time hailing a ride this week as drivers go on strike to protest low pay. CNBC reported Tuesday that the strike is intended to raise awareness that drivers are vital to Uber and Lyft operations. The strikes started Tuesday across numerous U.S...Read More»

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Hyundai, Kia Workers Vote To Strike: How Will It Affect You?

Bad news for the bigwigs at Hyundai and Kia: workers at the companies' facilities in South Korea have voted to strike. The upside? Unlike walkouts of previous years, these won't last very long, and they aren't likely to affect vehicle availability in the U.S. or anywhere else. Approximately 71% of...Read More»

2012 Chevrolet Sonic. Photo by Joe Nuxoll
Could Strikes Threaten The Launch Of The 2012 Chevy Sonic?

Chevrolet has gone to great lengths to remind buyers that their upcoming Sonic will be the only B-segment vehicle built in the United States when it launches later this year. They’ve even linked the subcompact’s genetic material back to their flagship Corvette, as a way of reminding...Read More»

Buncefield Fuel Depot explosion, by Flickr user r12a
New Tactic For Unions On Strike: Threaten To Blow Up Factory

The French are different. Just look at their cars, which have included single-spoke steering wheels, turn indicators that don't self-cancel (to keep the driver on his toes?), and pneumatic suspensions that let them sink to the ground with a sigh when parked. Now a few members of GCT, the French...Read More»

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