GM will build 30,000 ventilators to combat the coronavirus
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Fiat Chrysler announced Monday it plans to progressively restart its manufacturing facilities in the United States and Canada on Monday, May 4.
Otis Lee was lovingly known as the "King" of corned beef, who served the people of Detroit for decades out of his Deli in Midtown. Unfortunately, on Sunday morning, COVID-19 took the 72-year-old's life.
Ford won't reopen plants by scheduled April dates as coronavirus outbreak continues
Ford announced Monday it will build 50,000 ventilators in the next 100 days to help the U.S. reach its goal of building 100,000 ventilators by July 4.
President Donald Trump has issued an order in effort to force General Motors to produce ventilators under the Defense Production Act on Friday.
The UAW was informedThursday of the FCA employee's death in a letter to members by UAW President Rory Gamble. No further details about the worker was made available.
Ford announced top executives would have 20 to 50 percent of their pay deferred for five months during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
On Tuesday Ford delivered the first 1,250 units of Face Shields to Henry Ford Health Systems, DMC Sinai-Grace, DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital and the University of Michigan.
After it suspended operations at all North American plants following the coronavirus outbreak, Ford wants to reopen some by mid-April.
Bob Allison has died at 87. Allison spent nearly 60 years on radio and television in Detroit. He died Wednesday after a recent fall at his home, according to Detroit radio historian Art Vuolo
Starbucks is giving away free coffee to healthcare workers and first responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
A week ago FCA said that a Sterling Heights employee tested positive for the virus and was receiving care. The next day plant production was temporarily suspended.
Ford is teaming up with GE Healthcare, 3M to build face masks, ventilators, and respirators
A video produced by Ford shows how its workers will assemble face shields. In coordination with the UAW, the company plans to produce 100,000 a week to aid health care workers.
FCA is manufacturing face masks for first responders and health care workers in the next coming weeks.
President Donald Trump is falsely asserting how quickly automakers including GM, Ford and Tesla can manufacture ventilators to help fill an acute U.S. shortage of the medical equipment for coronavirus patients.
As Sunday afternoon at Cantoro is typically packed, but instead of taking orders, they're raising money.
Grocery store employees may be considered the new unsung heroes right now.