Senior negotiators with the United Auto Workers union are today seeking approval of a tentative agreement to modify, for the second time, a labor agreement with Ford Motor Co. Mid-level union leaders are being asked to support the deal, expected to bring Ford’s labor costs in line with those at Chrysler Group LLC and General Motors Co. If approved, it must be ratified by rank-and-file members. Modifications to the contract have not been disclosed but the union has expressed reluctance to ...

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