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CEO Dan Akerson: GM would consider offering UAW retirees pension buyouts

By Michael Wayland,  General Motors Co. would consider offering pension buyouts to its United Auto Workers retirees if the opportunity presented itself, according to GM CEO and Chairman Dan Akerson. “I’m not saying we’re going to do it, but it’s certainly something we would consider if the opportunity arose,” he said during a press conference before [...]
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