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CDK avoids big financial hit from coronavirus

CDK Global reported revenue declined 8 percent in its fiscal fourth quarter, but swung to a quarterly profit with the completed sale of its digital marketing business.

Supply base cuts spending as it rebounds

The supplier industry's recovery will take several years and supplier bankruptcies will increase over the next 12 months.

Farley proved himself ready for top Ford job during crisis

After being elevated to COO in February, Farley convinced his bosses, Jim Hackett and Bill Ford, that it was time for him to take over the company with the leadership he demonstrated amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Former UAW chief Gettelfinger denies GM's ‘malicious and utterly baseless' bribery allegations

Ron Gettlefinger, who has avoided virtually all media interview requests since retiring in 2010, blasted the automaker in an open letter published through the UAW.

Supplier input needed on OEM sustainability

GM is aiming for at least 50 percent of the materials in its vehicles to be sustainable by 2030, but that goal will only be achieved with the help of suppliers, said Dane Parker, GM's chief sustainability officer.