Delphi Corp. will continue labor concession talks with the United Auto Workers union and former parent General Motors Corp. through the end of March. The Troy, MI-based supplier had set a Feb. 17 deadline in U.S. Bankruptcy Court to reach an agreement with the UAW on rank-and-file wage and benefits reductions related to the company’s restructuring. A new deadline is set for March 31. If the parties fail to reach an agreement by then, Delphi Chairman and CEO Robert S. Miller says he will ...

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