American Airlines' merger with US Airways means another seniority battle for US Airways pilots, who still have not resolved seniority issues raised in the 2005 merger with America West.
BlackBerry shares are rising Monday after reports surfaced that the Ontario-based company will take over Ford's disappointing Sync voice-activated system.
J.D. Power says February auto sales are running behind last year, but it expects a pickup in the second half of the month.
The International Association of Machinists says it will seek to organize the Airbus plant in Mobile, Ala., in an effort that would likely be as closely watched as the UAW effort in Chattanooga, Tenn. The IAM may also take another run at Boeing in South Carolina.
The head of organizing for the AFL-CIO says the labor affiliation wants to help organize 'the poorest of the poor' -- tobacco workers in North Carolina.
Fast-growing Spirit Airlines, which added 25 new markets in 2013, sees unit costs decline.
The UAW lost a battle to organize the VW plant in Chattanooga because the union has made so many gains for auto workers over the years. Now it's time for the union movement to help farm workers.
Workers at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga defeat a UAW organizing effort.
American Airlines could find someone else besides American Eagle to fly its regional jets, but does it really want to?
Sometimes in all the chatter about the decline of the city of Detroit and the decline of commercial aviation's Midwest hubs, the story of Detroit Metro Airport gets lost.