(Adds background.) CHICAGO, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Auto parts supplier American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc. said Thursday that about 7,500 members of the United Auto Workers went on strike at midnight when their contract expired. The work stoppage occurred at plants in New York, Ohio and Michigan. American Axle, which makes axles, gears, drivelines and related products, was spun off from General Motors Corp. in 1994 and remains a major GM supplier. Sales to GM represented ...
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