DETROIT – A no-strike clause is on Ford Motor Co.’s shopping list as it negotiates concessions with the United Auto Workers union, the auto maker’s president and CEO confirms. “That’s just one piece of the conversation we’re having with (the union),” Alan Mulally tells journalists after a panel discussion on manufacturing at The National Summit here. The admission is somewhat surprising, given Ford remains in relatively good financial shape. Although the auto maker has not turned an ...

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