WARREN, MI – General Motors Corp. Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner says he expects upcoming labor relations with the United Auto Workers union will strike a “progressive” tone, and calls the auto maker’s $332 million investment in a transmission plant here symbolic of creative union and management thinking. “These are times when we have to sit down with key constituents, in this case union partners, and work through tough issues. You can’t hide from it,” Wagoner tells reporters at an event ...
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