WINDSOR, ON—Knotted ropes resembling nooses found at Fiat Chrysler’s assembly plant here were not intended to threaten, intimidate or racially harass anyone, say police. On Monday, Windsor police said their investigation into the “noose” incidents last month has concluded that there was nothing criminal about them.
TOLEDO, OH—Public officials here are spending millions to purchase and clean up land in an attempt to persuade Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to keep, if not expand, production of the Jeep Wrangler in the city.
ARLINGTON, TX—GM is looking to boost production of sport-utility vehicles with a $1.3 billion expansion at its assembly plant here. The company intends to add 1.2 million square feet of space to the existing facility over the next three years, and is expected to create 589 new jobs.