A formal vote has now been scheduled, and workers at Volkswagen’s Tennessee plant will decide through a secret ballot whether to be represented by the UAW. The union initially hoped the German automaker would accept signed union cards from a majority of employees.Read more ›
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The Tennessee-made Nissan Altima and Volkswagen Passat have both received the highest crash test rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Not appearing on the closely-watched list is the top-selling Toyota Camry, which performed poorly in a new part of the test.Read more ›
Legislation that’s up for what could be a final vote in the General Assembly Thursday would close some records in Tennessee’s agency whose job is bringing jobs to the state. While the Department of Economic and Community Development’s push for privacy has raised some alarm bells, even open government advocates concede some need for confidentiality.Read more ›
For the second year in a row, Business Facilities magazine has ranked Tennessee as the top state for Automotive Manufacturing Strength.Read more ›
Franklin-based Nissan North America had it’s best February ever, selling more than 92,000 cars and trucks. That’s an improvement of nearly 32 percent over last year.Read more ›