Delphi Corp.’s scheduled court hearing regarding its executive compensation plan reportedly is being delayed for the second time. Due to objections by the United Auto Workers union and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., the hearing was pushed back to Jan. 5 from its original date in November and now is being put off until Jan. 27, about a week after the date that the company says it would like to solidify a wage and benefit concessions deal with the UAW. The proposal calls for nearly $500 ...

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