Chrysler Group says health-care talks with the United Auto Workers union have reached a stalemate, one day after the union’s president said workers would not agree to cut medical benefits. Chrysler initially indicated on Sept. 7 it expected discussions would continue, but in a written statement Sept. 8, John Franciosi, Chrysler-senior vice president-employee relations, declares talks “stalled.” The latest statement comes 24 hours after UAW President Ron Gettelfinger said an independent ...

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