U.S. Bankruptcy Court hearings for Delphi Corp resumed May 24 despite a request by General Motors Corp., Delphi’s former parent and largest customer, for a 60-day delay in proceedings to allow labor contract negotiations to continue. Delphi, which is seeking significant wage and benefit reductions from its 33,000 union-represented employees, opposed GM’s request because it has delayed proceedings twice in the past with little progress made in negotiations and no counter-proposal offered by ...

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