DETROIT – To no one’s surprise, General Motors Corp. wants to be the target company during national contract talks with the United Auto Workers union this year, a GM executive says. GM's Troy Clarke wants auto maker to be UAW target company this year. “I would certainly like to be the target,” Troy Clarke, GM group vice president-manufacturing and labor relations, tells Ward’s during an interview here at the North American International Auto Show. The UAW will begin talks ...
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