The Canadian Auto Workers union decides two out of four's not bad, as it signs a tentative three-year labor deal with DaimlerChrysler AG. The CAW had identified four key issues it said were “deal breakers,” but settled for wins on just two of those a couple hours before the strike deadline last Tuesday night. In the victory column for the union: DC has agreed to make a C$600 million investment for a new paint shop and other improvements at its Pillette Road van plant in Windsor, Ont., ...

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