New software developed by GM’s innovation centres and data storage will spot problems quickly.
Fatter profit margins for SUVs are a financial lifeline to a Chinese industry squeezed by global brands making inroads into its market.
Sides divided over elimination of cost-of-living wage increases, vacation time reductions.
Company attributes decline to the end of production of the Jeep Liberty SUV at a factory in Ohio.
Company says the cost to upgrade its specialty cellulose mill in Quebec has jumped by 24%.
At the Filter Shop, it’s all about clean air.
Workers upset over replacement employees while two sides were in negotiations.
Butane taps freer flowing oil.
Steelworkers union calls for minister of human resources and skills development to resign over job outsourcing scandal.
Business Outlook Survey suggests Canadian companies plan to ratchet down on investment plans, keep hiring modest.
The new program would see more control handed to the private sector.
Automaker says it needs more time for negotiations.
AP-Nord Centre survey says employees aren’t taking advantage of on-the-job training because they don’t know programs exist.
Ottawa is expected to extend ax breaks for manufacturers that are due to expire.
They’re partnering with schools and running in-house training programs.