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In 2015, $F entered into a four-year collective bargaining agreement with the United Auto Workers covering approx. 53,000 employees in the U.S. Overall, including the ratification and lump sum bonuses, the company's U.S. labor costs are expected to increase by less than 1.5% a year during the term of the agreement.
Well that’s interesting! $T’s CEO Stephenson says he has no plans to sell CNN, but in reality they might just I guess, to win Trump’s favor.
I guess the separation of Waymo from $GOOG wasn’t really needed, because the extra administrative work would just be a mess to control. Even without separation, $GOOG could still be focusing on self-driving projects as it had before. Feels like Alphabet is making Waymo run before it can even walk.
$TGT Not expecting anything right to happen for quite some time to this stock.
America becomes great again!! $GM plans to move automobile production from Mexico to US, adding thousands of jobs.
$KMI will report its 4Q results today. Any idea what to expect?