With cash-rich automakers enjoying another brisk sales year, the United Auto Workers union says it won't rule out a contract that runs longer than the traditional three years. “With all the money they've got they might be able to put enough on that table that we have to take a four-year, five-year, six-year or 10-year (contract),” says UAW President Stephen P. Yokich. The UAW will begin national negotiations next month, meeting with Ford Motor Co. June 14, DaimlerChrysler Corp. June 15 ...
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