DETROIT – Even as the wraps come off tentative deals negotiated between the United Auto Workers union and the Big Three auto makers, aspects of the talks remain shrouded in mystery. Ron Gettelfinger Such as strategy. Ron Gettelfinger, UAW president, declines to reveal the union’s motivation for maintaining simultaneous negotiations with all three auto makers – plus suppliers Delphi Corp. and Visteon Corp. – up to, and even after, the Sept. 14 expiration date of the ...

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