Navistar

Navistar reviewing more plant closings

| October 05, 2012

Navistar CEO Lewis Campbell says company is reviewing all operations beyond its core North American truck and parts business to see whether any need to be adjusted, sold or closed as it seeks to increase ...

Reality bites: More from Navistar vocational boot camp

| September 27, 2012

The embattled engine and truck maker is rolling up its sleeves to fix what's gone wrong -- watch for the low-cab-forward LoadStar to debut with a natural gas power plant next year, among other developments.

Navistar discontinues MaxxForce 15, drops ICT+ terminology

| September 26, 2012

Navistar announced today at that it will drop its MaxxForce 15-liter heavy-duty diesel engine in favor of the Cummins ISX15.

Navistar holding steady in commitment to health, comfort

| September 25, 2012

An interview with David Allendorph, the company's director of innovation in design, overseeing a focus on comfort and health in the company's truck design.

Icahn threatens legal action against Navistar

| September 12, 2012

Navistar investor Carl Icahn issued a letter Tuesday to the company’s board of directors saying that if his demands for new board seats for shareholders are not met, he will pursue legal action.

Icahn demands new Navistar board seats to rectify problems

| September 10, 2012

Navistar expresses "disappointment" in investor Carl Icahn, saying it has strategy to turn the company around.

Navistar reducing work force to cut costs

| September 07, 2012

The company said a voluntary separation program and a reduction in its salaried work force should generate $70-$80 million in annual savings

Navistar to pay $3,800 per non-compliant engine

| August 30, 2012

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued its final rule regarding Navistar's efforts to produce an EGR-only heavy-duty diesel engine.

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