DETROIT – Delphi Corp. stock has been delisted on Wall Street; its bond rating has been downgraded; the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York will oversee a massive restructuring of the supplier's U.S. operations; and thousands of employees fear for the loss of their jobs and benefits. Could Delphi's Oct. 8 bankruptcy filing have been avoided if 3-way negotiations with General Motors Corp. and the United Auto Workers union had proven fruitful? Delphi CEO Robert “Steve” Miller Perhaps, ...
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