FCA pleads guilty in plot to enrich Detroit union officials
DETROIT (AP) – Automaker FCA US pleaded guilty to the conspiracy and admitted that it paid United Auto Workers leaders to negotiate concessions with thousands of workers.
The FCA’s conviction follows a series of guilty guilty guilty guilty officials. They were showered with more than $ 3.5 million in cash and valuables from a jointly run training center in Detroit. FCA stands for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, which is part of Stellantis.
The FCA Labor Relations Director conducted the program with five UAW officers and a spouse. General Holiefield, a union vice president, put down a $ 262,000 mortgage in 2014 using funds from the training center.
The FCA will pay a $ 30 million fine for their crime.
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