DETROIT – Despite last week’s unveiling of a drastic restructuring plan to close plants, eliminate jobs, cut pay and exit profitless sectors, Delphi Corp. Chairman and CEO Robert “Steve” Miller says he hopes to avoid painful downsizing and that talks are continuing between Delphi and at least one of its labor unions. “As we speak, right now, my senior labor-relations people are meeting with one of our principal unions to continue the discussions toward a solution,” Miller says in closing a ...

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