NEW YORK, Nov 23 (Reuters) - A motion to implement a sweetened pay program for top executives at bankrupt Delphi Corp. has been pushed back to January, the auto parts maker said on Wednesday. "Delphi requested the motion delay to continue its dialogue with opposing parties," said Delphi spokeswoman Claudia Piccinin. The hearing on the plan, in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, has been rescheduled from later this month to Jan. 5. An official creditors' committee has until Dec. 12 to complete a ...
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