As rumors swirl about the progress of negotiations – or lack thereof – during national contract talks between the Big Three and the United Auto Workers union, just one thing is certain: They are unprecedented. Less than 48 hours remain until the current contract terminates at midnight Sept. 14, and the UAW has not selected any of the companies for strike action – deviating from a practice dating back to 1941. In keeping with tradition, however, the union is mum about its strategy as ...
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