Chrysler Canada workers burned memos sent to them today by top executives at the auto maker’s parent, Chrysler LLC. The protest was sparked by claims intransigence by the Canadian Auto Workers union “jeopardizes the future of Chrysler and our operations in Canada,” according to an email sent to Canadian employees and signed by Chairman and CEO Robert Nardelli and Vice Chairman and President Tom LaSorda. Emergency government financing required to keep Chrysler afloat is contingent on the ...

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