DaimlerChrysler AG will reap benefits from its Chrysler group so don't expect the parent company to sell its Auburn Hills-based division, says United Auto Workers union President Stephen P. Yokich. Of sale rumors, Mr. Yokich says: “I don't believe it. By now, I would have heard it through other sources.” By virtue of a bailout-inspired deal brokered in the 1980s by then-UAW President Doug Fraser, the union has a seat on DaimlerChrysler's board. The position, he adds, is “a real strong ...
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