Bob King has two distinct goals as he leads the United Auto Workers union in this year’s contract talks with Detroit auto makers. The primary objective is to reach an agreement that is fair to the nearly 114,000 Chrysler, Ford and General Motors employees represented by the UAW, while also enabling the companies to increase their sales and profitability. But in the back of King’s mind is a firm vision to establish a global environment where auto makers compete on the ...
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