Delphi Corp. and the United Auto Workers union inched closer to a devastating collision course as the bankrupt auto supplier moved to nullify its union labor contracts, shutter unprofitable operations, cut pay and benefits and distance itself from profitless business with its former parent, General Motors Corp. Delphi’s actions March 31 set the stage for what union officials promise will be a protracted strike at Delphi operations in the U.S. that likely would shut down GM vehicle assembly ...
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