GLEN ARBOR, MI – Ford Motor Co. and parts supplier Visteon Corp. reached a tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers union Monday night on a 4-year national labor contract. The companies are not releasing details of the pact, which between the two covers more than 95,000 hourly workers and about 100,000 retirees. However, the terms reportedly are similar to a tentative agreement between the UAW and Chrysler Group reached on Sunday. (See related story: UAW Hunkers Down With GM, Ford ...

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