United Auto Workers union leaders this week will review a tentative agreement with Ford Motor Co. that would allow the auto maker to contribute stock, in lieu of cash, to the Voluntary Employee Beneficiary Assn. The VEBA, the union’s health-care trust for retried workers and surviving spouses and funded by General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC, was established in their 2007 national agreement. However, ongoing economic pressures have prompted the auto makers to seek cost ...
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