Lear Corp., the second largest producer of car seats, filed for bankruptcy Tuesday.
Reliance on the beleaguered auto industry is out. But what to do? Economic sages weigh in.
The automaker got key concessions from bondholders this weekend to help smooth bankruptcy proceedings, which are expected to begin Monday.
At companies, including Caterpillar in France and Visteon in Northern Ireland, workers have occupied offices and detained bosses.