DETROIT – United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger reiterates Monday that his organization would consider a strike if a new labor agreement with Detroit’s Big Three auto makers is not reached by Sept. 14. “A strike remains a possibility,” Gettelfinger says shortly after shaking hands here with General Motors Corp. Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner. The handshake marks a symbolic start to talks on a fresh, 4-year deal with the auto maker. A similar event between the UAW and Chrysler ...

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