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    Palmer Exits Nissan for Aston Martin CEO Job  

    The 51-year-old Palmer will head the low-volume U.K. sports car maker after serving as CEO of Nissan's Infiniti luxury division....More
  • Aug 28, 2014
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    Why Young People Shun Auto Industry 7

    The difference today is automakers have stopped selling the dream in favor of selling the deal. Dream cars disappeared decades ago, and concept cars are merely production cars with the door handles and side mirrors removed....More
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    Daimler to Pay $480 Million in Settlement With UAW  

    The settlement follows accusations by the UAW and a group of retirees that Daimler Trucks North America illegally cut their benefits....More
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    Hyundai's South Korean Union Calls Partial Strike for Friday  

    Union members at the country's No.1 automaker plan to strike for four hours Friday to protest slow-moving wage negotiations, although talks are to continue next week....More
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    Hyundai's South Korean Workers Vote to Strike Over Pay  

    Unless an agreement on calculating wages is reached before Aug. 22 workers would stage a strike against the country's No.1 automaker for a third consecutive year....More
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    GM Korea Reaches Tentative Wage Deal, Averting Strike  

    As part of the labor deal, GM is reversing an earlier decision not to make the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze at the Gunsan plant....More
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    Ford Investigating Ex-Engineer After Listening Devices Found  

    The Detroit News reports the FBI last month raided the home of the 43-year-old mechanical engineer who was fired after company security found listening devices concealed in meeting rooms....More
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    GM Korea Says No Strike Could Land Next-Gen Cruze  

    The automaker says its South Korean subsidiary could build the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze if unionized workers, who have voted to authorize a strike, remain on the job....More
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    UPDATE 4-Ford, Toyota halt some South African output due to strike  

    * NUMSA strike affects Ford's Pretoria plant * Toyota says to halt some production from Tuesday * NUMSA, employers expected to meet on Monday * Smaller UASA union says likely to accept offer this week (adds Mercedes Benz, NUMSA and industry comments) By Wendell Roelf...More
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