Ford Motor Co., long the darling of labor relationships, now is the only Big Three automaker that doesn't have a new national contract with the United Auto Workers after the union tentatively settled last week with General Motors Corp. But that soon could change. Published reports say Ford now is trying to spin off to investors its Visteon Automotive Systems parts unit. Ford parting with Visteon is known to be the major issue in contract talks, so a quick resolution, like the one being ...
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