Wall Street analysts expect a new contract reached over the weekend between American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc. and the United Auto Workers union to save the parts supplier millions of dollars – and do it quickly. AAM reached a tentative contract with the UAW late Friday after a strike that stretched almost 12 weeks. In addition to curtailing production at the supplier, the walkout led General Motors Corp., AAM’s primary axle and driveline customer, to slow or idle production at 30 ...
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