$400 million deal reached minutes before strike deadline.
Shareholders must still vote on deal, which has been delayed by multiple lawsuits.
Employment for life fades as NAFTA blamed
Building will be on Central Avenue west of King Road.
Credit approvals’ slip not a setback.
Certain iron parts to be phased out; 150 jobs will be lost.
Company aims to teach about manufacturing.
Shareholders accused the defendants of inflating share price by downplaying safety concerns.
Women influence over 80 percent of automotive purchases.
September’s discounts highest since 2008 crisis.