DaimlerChrysler AG’s senior executives have extended an olive branch to German union leaders as they agree to accept pay cuts in the range of 10%, published reports say. The steps come days after thousands of Mercedes-Benz union workers walk off their jobs at various plants throughout the country. The walkouts resulted from proposals by the auto maker to extend work weeks and reduce break times. (See related story: DC German Workers Walk Off Job) DC is facing pressure not just from its ...

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