Successful ratification tomorrow of a tentative deal between the United Auto Workers union and Chrysler LLC represents arguably the final piece to the auto maker’s survival, but also will dramatically alter relations between labor and management in a manner Detroit never has seen. Chrysler reportedly reached a deal with creditors today to sharply reduce its debt, another key element to the auto maker finalizing a partnership with Fiat Auto Group and gaining an additional $6 billion in ...
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