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UPDATE 1-Union votes for strike mandate in Canadian auto talks

Unifor, which represents more than 20,000 autoworkers, is pushing General Motors Co, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Ford Motor Co to invest further in the province of Ontario, home to nearly all of Canada's auto industry, in talks that began this month. The union has asked for terms including higher wages for GM to build new vehicles in Oshawa, and for Ford to keep its...

Source: Reuters

BRIEF-Canada's Unifor union votes for strike mandate in auto talks

BRIEF- CANADA'S UNIFOR UNION VOTES FOR STRIKE MANDATE IN AUTO. Aug 28- Canada's Unifor union says it has voted to be in strike position if terms are not reached in talks with U.S. "Big Three" expires on Sept. 19.

Source: Reuters

CANADA'S UNIFOR UNION IN TALKS WITH GENERAL MOTORS CO, FIAT CHRYSLER AUTOMOBILES AND FORD MOTOR CO

CANADA'S UNIFOR UNION IN TALKS WITH GENERAL MOTORS CO, FIAT CHRYSLER AUTOMOBILES AND FORD MOTOR CO.

Source: Reuters

GM recalling about 368,000 vehicles to fix windshield wipers

General Motors is recalling nearly 368,000 vehicles to fix a defective part that could prevent the windshield wipers from working. The problem affects the 2013 models of the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain. A report filed with government regulators says a GM manager in Canada spotted the potential safety hazard last December.

Source: The Associated Press

A cheaper airbag, and Takata’s road to a deadly crisis

Takata’s airbags are now at the center of the auto industry’s biggest recall, The New York Times reports.

Source: The New York Times

GM cleared in second US verdict over crash blamed on ignition switch

A Texas jury said a General Motors ignition switch, linked to nearly 400 injuries and deaths, was not to blame for a fatal 2011 crash.

Source: Reuters

UPDATE 3-GM cleared in second U.S. verdict over crash blamed on ignition switch

NEW YORK, Aug 25- A Texas jury said on Thursday a General Motors Co ignition switch, linked to nearly 400 injuries and deaths, was not to blame for a fatal 2011 crash, according to a company statement. The verdict in Harris County, Texas, was the second in favor of GM this year in lawsuits over the now recalled ignition switch. Plaintiff Zachary Stevens alleged that a...

Source: Reuters

UPDATE 2-GM cleared in second U.S. verdict over crash blamed on ignition switch

NEW YORK, Aug 25- A Texas jury said on Thursday a General Motors Co ignition switch, linked to nearly 400 injuries and deaths, was not to blame for a fatal 2011 crash, according to a company statement. The verdict in Harris County, Texas, was the second in favor of GM this year in lawsuits over the now recalled ignition switch. Plaintiff Zachary Stevens alleged that a...

Source: Reuters

UPDATE 1-GM cleared in second verdict over crash blamed on ignition switch

NEW YORK, Aug 25- A Texas jury said on Thursday a General Motors Co ignition switch was not to blame for a fatal 2011 crash, according to a statement from the company. The verdict in Harris County, Texas, is the second in favor of GM this year in a lawsuit over a recalled ignition switch that has been linked to nearly 400 injuries and deaths. Plaintiff Zachary Stevens...

Source: Reuters

GM cleared in second verdict over crash blamed on ignition switch

NEW YORK, Aug 25- A Texas jury on Thursday said a General Motors Co ignition switch was not to blame for a fatal 2011 crash, according to a statement from the company. The verdict in Harris County, Texas, is the second in favor of GM this year in a lawsuit over a recalled ignition switch that has been linked to nearly 400 injuries and deaths. Plaintiff Zachary Stevens...

Source: Reuters