The United Auto Workers union strikes diesel-engine producer International Truck and Engine Corp., as about 4,000 hourly workers in six states walk off the job. International supplies the Powerstroke diesel V-8 for Ford Motor Co.’s Super Duty pickup trucks. The UAW alleges International has violated U.S. labor law by ordering a lockout at its assembly plant in Springfield, OH, and by refusing to provide the UAW bargaining team with information necessary for negotiations. The existing ...

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