United Auto Workers leaders detail to rank-and-file members today a tentative deal the union reached late Friday with bankrupt parts supplier Delphi Corp. and its former parent, General Motors Corp. The deal could be ratified as soon as Thursday. Delphi, GM and the UAW reached an agreement June 22 that helps pave the way for the parts maker to exit bankruptcy later this year, most likely as a private company. It also relieves a massive labor burden for GM ahead of its own contract ...
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