The United Auto Workers union says it was not trying to bail Visteon Corp. out of its troubles by agreeing to a restructuring plan calling for Ford Motor Co. to take control of 14 UAW-represented Visteon plants. The union was looking for a way to preserve the 17,400 jobs before Visteon was forced into potential bankruptcy protection, says UAW President Ron Gettelfinger. (See related story: Ford Back in Parts Business) UAW President Ron Gettelfinger (left) shakes hands with Bill Ford ...
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