UAW Strike Sends GM, Stellantis Scrambling to Keep Repair Parts Flowing 

Stellantis lined up a nonunion warehouse ahead of walkouts to distribute parts to dealerships, a company document shows.

Amazon's Own Track Record Undercuts the FTC's Case 

Thin profit margins and growing competition don't support monopolist charge.

Hyundai, Kia Recall 3.3 Million Vehicles Due to Fire Risk 

Hyundai Motor America and Kia America have issued "park outside" recalls for more than 3.3 million vehicles due to the risk of fire.

TikTok Employees Say Executive Moves to U.S. Show China Parent's Role 

U.S. staff members have raised questions internally about recent personnel transfers from ByteDance.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk Says UAW Demands Could Bankrupt Ford, GM 

President Biden supported the UAW's demands for a 40% pay increase as he joined the picket line in Michigan.

JPMorgan Chase names new investment-bank boss and sets up digital bank in flurry of personnel moves 

Jay Horine will head up North America investment-bank client coverage and will be global industry co-head for energy, power, renewables, metals and mining.

Amazon Aggregator Thrasio Engages Restructuring Advisers 

Thrasio, a startup that raised at least $3.4 billion to buy up consumer brands sold on Amazon, is exploring restructuring options as it contends with a postpandemic slump in online spending.

Marriott sees 2023 EPS growth of up to 29% 

Marriott reiterated its 2023 outlook for adjusted EPS growth, and will outline its three-year growth plan at its security analyst meeting.

A Futuristic Plan to Make Steel With Nuclear Fusion 

Helion Energy and Nucor are teaming up to build a power plant at one of Nucor's U.S. steel mills.

With Howard Schultz Gone, New Starbucks CEO Looks to Reset 

Laxman Narasimhan, who took over the top job this year, is trying to mend the fractured relationship between workers and headquarters.


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