General Motors Corp. is trying to reconcile, but its initial efforts haven't convinced the United Auto Workers leadership that their contentious relationship is improving. “They say they want to, but I've heard it before. I think they intend to do some things better,” says UAW President Stephen P. Yokich. Since the bitter summer strike at two Flint, MI, partsmaking plants, GM officials keep saying UAW relations are a top priority. Indeed, GM brought back Gary L. Cowger from his post in ...
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