Delphi Corp. says 14,800 U.S. hourly workers represented by the United Auto Workers union have accepted retirement or buyout packages, easing some of the pressure facing the bankrupt supplier. Some 12,400 Delphi employees, roughly 85% of the retirement-eligible UAW workforce, will retire by Jan. 1, the company reports. Meanwhile, about 1,400 employees have agreed to buyouts. Delphi, General Motors Corp.’s largest supplier, says retiring workers accepted a lump-sum incentive of $35,000, ...

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