Negotiations between the United Auto Workers union and American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc. are intensifying and expected to carry into the weekend, but company officials say it’s too early to talk of an accord to end the 8-week walkout. “Progress is being made, but right now it would be premature to talk of a tentative agreement,” AAM spokeswoman Renee Rogers tells Ward’s. “It’s difficult to speculate. It can change on a dime.” Top-level bargainers worked late into the night April 17. ...
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