General Motors Corp. may be adding a third shift at its Pontiac, MI, truck plant, which produces the fast-selling Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups. GM did away with a third shift at the plant in February 2001 but now may add the shift back due to increasing demand for its large pickups. However, the auto maker would be restoring some 1,100 jobs, not creating new jobs. In addition to the layoffs at Pontiac last year, GM idled 1,650 workers at its nearby Orion Twp., MI, plant ...

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