CHICAGO, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Members of a union representing one-quarter of bankrupt auto parts supplier Delphi Corp.'s U.S. hourly workers began voting on Thursday on whether to authorize a strike if a court voids their contracts. The industrial division of the Communications Workers of America represents about 8,500 U.S. workers under eight locals at Delphi. The company has said it must cut wages and benefits and a significant number of operations to restructure its business. Analysts ...
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