General Motors Corp. has notified the United Auto Workers union that an agreement to cut its health-care costs must be reached during the next few days or else the auto maker may act independently to cut UAW health-care spending, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing sources. GM and the UAW have been negotiating since the spring in an attempt to relieve GM's health-care costs, which total some $5.6 billion annually. There is speculation GM wants to detail some cost-cutting measures ...

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