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Major automakers may be using Chinese aluminum produced with Uyghur forced labor, rights group says

Major automakers may be using Chinese aluminum produced with Uyghur forced labor, rights group says

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Automakers including Tesla, General Motors, Volkswagen and Toyota are failing to ensure they are not using forced labor as part of their China supply chains, a report released Thursday by Human Rights Watch says. The U.S.
AmEx tries to win over grumpy Delta customers with revamped SkyMiles credit cards

AmEx tries to win over grumpy Delta customers with revamped SkyMiles credit cards

NEW YORK (AP) — American Express rolled out several updates to its Delta SkyMiles credit cards Thursday that will give additional benefits to users, part of efforts to soothe sore Delta Air Lines customers who have considered abandoning the airline a
Industry group warns Ont. manufacturers struggling to fill thousands of job vacancies

Industry group warns Ont. manufacturers struggling to fill thousands of job vacancies

TORONTO — Industry group Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters is warning on the rising number of job vacancies in Ontario's manufacturing sector as positions go unfilled, thousands of new positions are set to be created and a wave of retirements take

China has nudged Japan aside as No. 1 auto exporter, Japanese data show

TOKYO (AP) — Data from a Japanese auto industry association show that China overtook Japan as the world’s largest vehicle exporter last year. The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association reported Japan exported 4.
Man accused of beheading his father in suburban Philadelphia home and posting gruesome video online

Man accused of beheading his father in suburban Philadelphia home and posting gruesome video online

LEVITTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A man accused of beheading his father in suburban Philadelphia posted a gruesome video on social media that shows him holding up the severed head and railing against the government, authorities said Wednesday.
Nevada attorney general launches go-it-alone lawsuits against social media firms in state court

Nevada attorney general launches go-it-alone lawsuits against social media firms in state court

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada's state attorney general has launched a go-it-alone legal fight against five popular social media platforms, alleging they have created, in one instance “an addiction machine,” and that they deliberately exploit children too y
A court rejected Elon Musk's $55.8B pay package. What is he worth to Tesla?

A court rejected Elon Musk's $55.8B pay package. What is he worth to Tesla?

Even when compared with other CEOs, who routinely get paid roughly 200 times more than their typical employees, Elon Musk’s pay package was eye-opening.
Crash tests indicate nation's guardrail system can't handle heavy electric vehicles

Crash tests indicate nation's guardrail system can't handle heavy electric vehicles

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After Teamsters meeting, Trump says of possible union endorsement, 'Stranger things have happened'

After Teamsters meeting, Trump says of possible union endorsement, 'Stranger things have happened'

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Donald Trump met with leaders of the Teamsters Union in Washington Wednesday as he tried to chip away at President Joe Biden's organized labor support heading into a likely general election rematch.
Henniges Automotive closing plant in Burlington, Ont., by end of the year

Henniges Automotive closing plant in Burlington, Ont., by end of the year

TORONTO — Henniges Automotive Holdings Inc. says it will close its Burlington, Ont., plant which makes vehicle sealing systems by the end of the year.