By Clifford Webb Mr Derek Whittaker, managing director of Leyland Cars, last night gave details of a new and simplified management structure for the company involving sweeping changes in his […]
By Andrew Goodrick-Clarke Financial Editor British Leyland, now the most important investment in the portfolio of Lord Ryder’s National Enterprise Board, has declared a net 1974-75 loss of £123.5m. Through […]
By R. W. Shakespeare Northern Industrial Correspondent While the attention of Parliament and much of the nation was focused on the struggle for survival in Britain’s car industry, and the […]
On this day the British government announced further state intervention in the UK motor industry by injecting £162-5m into Chrysler UK.
Commenting on British Leyland yesterday after opening a computing centre in Manchester, Mr Varley, Secretary for Industry, said he thought the organization and management of British Leyland was best left […]
By Clifford Webb Mr Derek Whittaker, managing director of Leyland Cars, shocked 650 management and union representatives at a meeting yesterday by announcing that the company’s financial position was so […]
By Our Industrial Staff Lord Ryder, chairman of the National Enterprise Board, will meet British Leyland management and worker representatives today in an attempt to resolve the company’s labour relations […]
By R. W. Shakespeare More than 6,500 British Leyland workers were laid off yesterday, production of three different car ranges was at a standstill and two other assembly lines were […]