We understand your frustration Mr. Bernero, but jeez-o-pete, lay off the campaign tactics and Red Bull for a minute and answer the kind Fox News anchor's questions. Of course, we've also heard he's a bit of a hot-head — Wert knows him from his days working for Michigan Governor Granholm in Lansing, and here's what he…
Despite a message focused on being the only U.S. automaker operating without federal loans, Ford burned through $5.9 billion in cash during the final three months of 2008 as losses mounted.
The UAW could be heard heaving a sigh of disappointment as we're stopped by mini-Shaft just before we would've mowed down Senator Bob "Nissan" Corker. Oh well, maybe next time.
Unhappy with the current direction of the not-so-Big Three,
UAW workers the proletariat spoke in the form of a protest outside the Detroit Auto Show. We interviewed David Edgar, the voice behind the rally.
At a press conference today, UAW President Ron Gettelfinger read an e-mail indicating Senate GOP members played political games, voting against the auto bailout bill as an attack against organized labor.
Jeff Gilbert with WWJ 950 AM had a chance to talk to UAW President Ron Gettelfinger just minutes ago after a meeting with UAW local heads on reexamination of their contracts (including nixing of the Jobs Bank, as we'd predicted) with the not-so-Big Three. Gilbert asked him what he'd be doing next. His response? He's…