Heavy-equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. announces it has given the United Auto Workers union a final offer on a new labor contract. The 6-year UAW contract had expired April 1 but was extended until 11:59 pm on April 25 so the union could explain Caterpillar’s offer to its membership and call a vote. Neither entity is revealing any terms of the proposed contract. The UAW represents some 8,000 active Caterpillar workers and some 20,000 retirees. The active workers are represented by ...
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