DETROIT – Chrysler Group still isn’t ready to take no for an answer when it comes to health-care cost reductions and the United Auto Workers union. Speaking to the Automotive Press Assn. here, President and CEO Tom LaSorda says he is disappointed Chrysler and the UAW “couldn’t find common ground” when it comes to measures aimed at cutting the auto maker’s $2.3 billion in annual health-care costs. Chrysler has been pushing for a concessionary deal from the union similar to those given ...

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