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United States: Trending Video: False Claims Act: Three Years After Escobar - Ropes & Gray LLP

Kirsten Mayer, Ropes & Gray litigation partner, provides an update on the False Claims Act (FCA), three years after the Supreme Court's decision on Universal Health Services v. U.S. ex rel. Escobar.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, United States, Fca, Universal Health Services, Gray LLP, Kirsten Mayer Ropes Gray


FCA Deferring Payment for Salaried Employees

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is deferring 20 percent of salaried workers’ pay until June while CEO Mike Manley endures a 50-percent cut to his annual earnings. With the pandemic still attempting to grip more of North America, this was to be expected. Other domestic nameplates have already issued notices of deferred payments to executives staffers, noting that […] The post FCA Deferring Payment for Salaried Employees appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Jobs, Fca, Autos, Chrysler, Fiat, Dodge, North America, Fiat Chrysler, Industry News, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Mike Manley, News Blog, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Payment Deferral


2020 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk Review: What it Offers & How it Performs

2020 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk In Our Opinion: The 2020 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is a nice middle ground. It's rugged but not monstrous, and it's comfortable without being over the top in terms of luxury. The Trailhawk also looks good! Exterior Styling 92 Interior Layout 83 Driving Dynamics 80 Safety & Tech Features 80 Everyday Functionality 84 Pros Engine Power Off-Road Capability Interior Treatments Cons Engine Noise Cargo Capa...
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'Each day we get news of another brother or sister who has fallen': United Auto Workers announce death of fourth Fiat Chrysler employee due to the coronavirus

The fourth FCA death comes as some plants among the Detroit Big Three, whose workers are unionized with the UAW, prepare to come back online.
Tags: News, Fca, Fiat Chrysler, UAW, United Auto Workers


Status of PSA-FCA Merger Questioned, French Half Says Everything’s Fine

Following reports from France that the merger between PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles could be upended by the coronavirus, PSA announced that the media got this one all wrong. While the French automaker admitted that economic problems stemming from the outbreak are indeed concerning, it reiterated its commitment to safeguarding employment while adding that […] The post Status of PSA-FCA Merger Questioned, French Half Says Everything’s Fine appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: France, Psa, Fca, Mergers, Autos, Fiat Chrysler, Industry News, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, News Blog, PSA Group, PSA Groupe, PSA FCA


United Auto Workers union confirms the death of third Fiat Chrysler plant worker due to COVID-19

The United Auto Workers union announced that an FCA worker died from COVID-19 on Wednesday, marking the third FCA employee to die from the disease.
Tags: News, Fca, Fiat Chrysler, United Auto Workers


Work Starts Anew? The Latest on When Autoworkers Head Back

With Ford looking to get pickups rolling off the assembly line again by April 6th, where does its rivals stand? The list is far from complete, and schedules for resuming production are fluid as a 1950s executive’s lunch, but there’s details to share on when certain U.S. autoworkers might be headed back to the factory. […] The post Work Starts Anew? The Latest on When Autoworkers Head Back appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Production, Ford, Fca, Autos, Toyota, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, News Blog, Factory Shutdowns, Coronavirus, 1978 Toyota Corolla Wagon


Major automakers Toyota, Honda, FCA extend factory closures

Toyota, Honda and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will not reopen North American factories at the end of the month as planned, as the COVID-19 disease spreads and dampens demand for new cars, trucks and SUVs. FCA said Thursday that plants across the U.S. and Canada, as well as headquarters operations and construction projects, are intended to remain closed until April 14, dependent upon the various states’ stay-in-place orders and the readiness of each facility to return to production. FCA’s Mop...
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UK: Coronavirus - A New Regulatory Risk Facing Firms In The UK Financial Sector - Gowling WLG

On 4 March 2020, the FCA published a statement in which it made clear its expectations of firms having adequate contingency plans in place to deal with major events, including the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk: New York gigafactory will reopen for ventilator production

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Wednesday that the company’s factory in Buffalo, New York will open “as soon as humanly possible” to produce ventilators that are in short supply due to the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. His comments, which were made Wednesday via Twitter, follows previous statements by the CEO outlining plans to either donate ventilators or work to increase production of the critical piece of medical equipment needed for patients who are hospitalized with COVID-19, a respirator...
Tags: Health, Transportation, Elon Musk, New York, California, Cars, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, United States, Ford, United Kingdom, Fca, Gm, Nyt, Buffalo


UAW Reports Death of Two FCA Factory Employees With Coronavirus

The UAW has announced the death of two Fiat Chrysler factory workers who contracted the novel coronavirus, extending sympathies while urging members to exercise safe practices during the ongoing health crisis. With COVID-19 infections ramping up across Europe and the United States, this was to be expected. The deaths are simply the first known to […] The post UAW Reports Death of Two FCA Factory Employees With Coronavirus appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Europe, United States, Fca, Autos, Automotive Industry, Fiat Chrysler, UAW, News Blog, Union News, Coronavirus, COVID-19


FCA’s Lead Designer Seems to Be Having Fun With Us

With the coronavirus keeping everyone on the cusp of cabin fever, we’ve seen unaccompanied celebrities release collaborative renditions of terrible songs in order to maintain their fragile egos, museums offering virtual tours and activities, and texts from good people that we haven’t heard from in ages. The secret to living in isolation, it seems, is to […] The post FCA’s Lead Designer Seems to Be Having Fun With Us appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Design, Fca, Autos, Dodge, Ralph Gilles, Renderings, News Blog, Automotive Design, Auto Humor, Car Comedy


Ford won’t restart North American plants on March 30

Ford said Tuesday it won’t restart its factories in the U.S., Canada and Mexico on Monday, March 30 as the automaker had originally planned. The company, which suspended production at its North American factories due to the continued spread of COVID-19, has decided not to restart operations in light of various governments’ orders to stay and work from home, Kumar Galhotra, Ford’s president of North America said in a statement. “We are assessing various options and working with union leaders –...
Tags: Transportation, Mexico, Germany, Tech, Cologne, Canada, Automotive, United States, Ford, Fca, Transport, Gm, Automotive Industry, North America, Fiat Chrysler, Craiova


Ford won’t restart North American plants March 30

Ford said Tuesday won’t restart its factories in the U.S., Canada and Mexico on Monday, March 30 as the automaker had originally planned. The company, which suspended production at its North American factories due to the continued spread of COVID-19, has decided not to restart operations in light of various governments’ orders to stay and work from home, Kumar Galhotra, Ford’s president of North America said in a statement. “We are assessing various options and working with union leaders – in...
Tags: Transportation, Mexico, Germany, Tech, Companies, Cologne, Canada, Automotive, United States, Ford, President, Fca, Transport, Gm, Automotive Industry, North America


UK fintech community comes together to build Covid Credit and let sole traders self-certify lost income

It all started with a tweet from 11:FS co-founder Simon Taylor. If the U.K. government could be persuaded to provide financial support to the self-employed during the Coronavirus crisis, as it has already pledged for full-time employees, then Open Banking technology could be used to self-certify lost income, and therefore overcome one of the main hurdles of administering potential compensation. The founders of two other London-based fintechs, Fronted and Credit Kudos, were first to accept the ch...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Europe, UK, London, Tech, Fca, Campbell, Simon Taylor, Open Banking, Jamie Campbell, Credit Kudos, COVID-19, COVID


Fiat Chrysler swaps cars for masks in huge production effort

It'll make a million masks per month for medical staff fighting the coronavirus
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Fca, Fiat-chrysler, Face Masks, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Fiat Chrysler to start producing 1 million face masks a month

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said Monday it will start manufacturing face masks in the coming weeks and donate the critical medical equipment to first responders and health care workers — the latest automaker to direct its manufacturing expertise towards the COVID-19 pandemic. The automaker confirmed to TechCrunch that production capacity is being installed this week at one of its factories in China. Manufacturing will start in the coming weeks and distribution will be focused on the U.S., Canada ...
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Detroit Three, Tesla Leverage Suppliers, Know-how to Bolster Health Production

Much talk has been made over the past week of turning the auto industry’s manufacturing might into a so-called Arsenal of Health. In the U.S. and Canada, federal governments have turned to automakers for production of much-needed ventilators to save lives of coronavirus patients. Meanwhile, breweries and distilleries have swapped to hand sanitizer production. Turning […] The post Detroit Three, Tesla Leverage Suppliers, Know-how to Bolster Health Production appeared first on The Truth About Cars...
Tags: Health, General Motors, Production, Industry, Canada, Ford, Fca, Gm, Autos, Detroit, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Detroit Three, News Blog, Coronavirus, Detroit Three Tesla Leverage Suppliers Know


Tesla could actually be in the best position of any automaker to deal with the coronavirus pandemic (TSLA)

Tesla announced last week that it would suspend production at its California factory as the state locked down to deal with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Last week, the entire North American auto industry effectively shut down manufacturing as well, an unprecedented move to contain the outbreak. Tesla has around $8.5 billion in cash on its balance sheet, which should be enough to hold out for a market downturn that doesn't last for more than a year. Tesla is also bringing its China factory...
Tags: Facebook, California, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Porsche, Ford, Shanghai, Fca, Gm, TSLA, Volkswagen, Detroit, Business Insider, Gavin Newsom


Rivian shuts down all facilities over COVID-19 pandemic concerns

Rivian, the buzzy electric vehicle startup that is backed by Amazon and Ford, is shutting down all of its facilities due to the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus. Rivian employs more than 2,000 workers across several locations, including its headquarters in Plymouth, Mich., a factory in Normal, Ill. as well as operations in San Jose and Irvine, Calif., where engineers are working on autonomous vehicle technology. Rivian also has an office in the U.K. The company said Fr...
Tags: Health, Amazon, TC, Europe, New York, California, China, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Ford, Electric Vehicles, United Kingdom, Fca, San Jose, Michigan


Stocks rise after mixed day, with tech leading and SaaS outperforming

The wild ride that has been U.S. stock market over the past couple of weeks may be settling down — at least for the moment — from the whiplash-like swings that helped set global markets on edge. The new economic normal that the pandemic has brought to countries across the world seems to be settling on weary investors as the extent of COVID-19 becomes more clear and as proper testing begins to roll out along with massive trillion dollar aid packages. Wall Street responded to reports of possible b...
Tags: TC, California, Wall Street, Tech, Tesla, Companies, United States, Ford, President, Fca, Gm, Chrysler, Fiat, Automotive Industry, Volkswagen, Honda


The global car industry shut down in less than a week as the coronavirus pandemic gripped the planet. This timeline reveals exactly how the unprecedented events unfolded. (GM, F, FCAU, TSLA)

As the coronavirus outbreak intensified in Europe and North America, the auto industry took the unprecedented step of shutting down factories on both sides of the Atlantic. The decisions moved forward at a staggeringly rapid pace. In the span of less than a week, the entire Western auto industry effectively ground to a halt. Carmakers had endured the Great Depression, two world wars, and the financial crisis, but they'd never dealt with anything like this. Visit Business Insider's homepage for...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Elon Musk, France, China, Angela Merkel, US, Trends, Tesla, Indiana, Canada, Atlantic, Ford, Fca, Gm, Chrysler


The global car industry shut down in less than a week as the coronavirus crisis gripped the planet. This timeline reveals exactly how the unprecedented events unfolded. (GM, F, FCAU, TSLA)

As the coronavirus outbreak intensified in Europe and North America, the auto industry took the unprecedented step of shutting down factories on both sides of the Atlantic. The decisions moved forward at a staggeringly rapid pace. In the span of less than a week, the entire Western auto industry effectively ground to a halt. Carmakers had endured the Great Depression, two world wars, and the financial crisis, but they'd never dealt with anything like this. Visit Business Insider's homepage for...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Elon Musk, France, China, Angela Merkel, US, Trends, Tesla, Indiana, Canada, Atlantic, Ford, Fca, Gm, Chrysler


GM, Ford, and FCA shutter all North American factories over coronavirus fears

Detroit’s big three automakers are to shut down all factories due to fears over the coronavirus. Details are still in the works and will be announced shortly. Over the last few days, United Auto Workers has been pushing the automakers to shut down their factories over concerns of worker safety. UAW President Rory Gamble sent a letter calling on the automakers to shut down for two weeks. It’s unclear if this pressure had any effects on the automakers’ thought process. Ford and FCA said they in...
Tags: TC, Tech, Tesla, Ford, Fca, Gm, Michigan, Honda, Detroit, UAW, GM Ford, United Auto Workers, Mexico Ford, Rory Gamble, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Ford Reduces North American Production To Help Contain Coronavirus

DEARBORN, Michigan, March 18, 2020 – Following Thursday evening shifts, Ford is temporarily suspending production at its manufacturing sites in North America through March 30th to thoroughly clean its facilities to protect its workforce and boost containment efforts for the COVID-19 Coronavirus. “We’re continuing to work closely with union leaders, especially the United Auto Workers, to find ways to help keep our workforce healthy and safe – even as we look at solutions for continuing to prov...
Tags: Germany, Spain, Cologne, Canada, Ford, Mary Barra, Fca, Autos, Romania, World Health Organization, Michigan, North America, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Ford Motor Company, Gary Johnson, Craiova


Detroit Three Update: GM, Ford to Cease Production, FCA’s Actions Unclear

Ford Motor Company says it plans to idle all North American plants by end of day Thursday, keeping those facilities offline until the end of the month in an effort to cleanse them of coronavirus. General Motors is following suit, though Fiat Chrysler has yet to detail its near-future plan to protect workers and tailor […] The post Detroit Three Update: GM, Ford to Cease Production, FCA’s Actions Unclear appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: General Motors, Production, Industry, Ford, Fca, Gm, Autos, Detroit, Fiat Chrysler, Ford Motor Company, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, GM Ford, Detroit Three, News Blog


Tesla orders factory workers to come to work in spite of shelter in-place directive

Tesla will continue to keep its Fremont, Calif., factory open for production, because it has had “conflicting guidance from different levels of government” over whether it could operate during a shelter-in place order in Alameda County, according to an email sent to employees Wednesday by the company’s human resources department. The human resources department told employees to come to work if their job is to produce, service, deliver or test its electric vehicles, in spite of an order from Alam...
Tags: TC, Cdc, Washington, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Fca, Honda, FREMONT, PTO, UAW, GM Ford, United Auto Workers, Fremont Calif, Alameda County, COVID


GM, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler are shutting down US factories as the coronavirus outbreak worsens (GM, F, FCAU)

GM, Ford, and FCA are shutting down all US factories as the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak intensifies. Ford and GM confirmed the news in statements to the media. The Detroit Big Three and the UAW had earlier agreed to a production drawdown, but further coronavirus cases at plants has led to more extensive shutdowns. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Just hours after announcing production slowdowns in coordination with the United Auto Workers, General Motors, Ford, and Fiat C...
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GM, Ford, FCA to close all factories, AP reports

Detroit’s big three automakers are to shut down all factories due to fears over the coronavirus. This comes by way of the Associated Press citing a person close the matter. GM, Ford, and FCA are expected to the plans later today. Over the last few days, the United Auto Workers had been pushing the auto makers to shut down its factory over concerns of worker safety. The UAW President Rory Gamble sent a letter calling on the auto makers to shutdown for two-weeks. Ford and FCA said they intended...
Tags: TC, Tech, Ap, Ford, Fca, Gm, Michigan, Associated Press, Honda, Detroit, UAW, GM Ford, United Auto Workers, GM Ford FCA, Rory Gamble, Coronavirus


Honda just became the first automaker to shut down factories in the US because of the coronavirus outbreak

Honda will suspend production at six plants on the US, Canada, and Mexico for six days, starting March 23, as the coronavirus outbreak worsens. The company said output would be reduced by 40,000 vehicles. Honda said it would continue to pay approximately 27,600 workers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On Wednesday, Honda became the first major automaker with operations in the US to shut down factories amid a worsening COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. "Honda will suspend prod...
Tags: Mexico, US, Trends, Indiana, Canada, Tennessee, Fca, Gm, Michigan, Volkswagen, Honda, North America, Detroit, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles FCA, US Canada, United Auto Workers