(Repeats to additional subscribers) By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Negotiations between United Auto Workers and General Motors Corp shifted into overdrive on Wednesday, with a marathon bargaining session stoking expectations the two sides are nearing a deal to end a national strike entering its third day. Officials from the union and the top U.S. automaker met into Wednesday morning, extending talks that began on Tuesday. The Wall Street Journal reported negotiators ...
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