DETROIT, March 22 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. will offer retirement incentives ranging from $35,000 to $140,000 to its U.S. hourly workers, a local United Auto Workers official told Reuters on Wednesday. GM and bankrupt former-subsidiary Delphi Corp. will offer early retirement incentives to more than 125,000 factory workers, the companies said on Wednesday, after reaching a cost-cutting deal with the United Auto Workers GM will offer its workers with 30 or more years of service a ...
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