On back-to-back days, General Motors Corp. announces plans to expand capacity at two U.S. assembly plants. It’s a shot of good news for GM’s United Auto Workers members, who earlier this year were informed of the auto maker’s plans to cut 25,000 hourly jobs and last month were asked to pay more for their health-care coverage as GM struggles with sagging sales and rising legacy costs. GM announced on Wednesday (Nov. 2) plans to add a third shift of production at its Wilmington, DE, ...

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