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Union Says G.M. Strike Won’t End Until Workers Vote on Deal

By Neal E. Boudette

The United Automobile Workers said the tentative contract agreement would provide wage increases and improve the prospects of temporary employees.

G.M. Deal Saves One Plant, Union Says, but 3 Others Stay Shut

By Neal E. Boudette

The United Automobile Workers said the tentative contract agreement would provide wage increases and improve the prospects of temporary employees.

Signs of Discord as U.A.W. Locals Consider G.M. Deal

By Neal E. Boudette and David Yaffe-Bellany

Union leaders are meeting in Detroit to discuss a tentative contract agreement that could end a monthlong strike. The closing of the Lordstown plant remains a sore point for workers.

G.M. and U.A.W. Reach Deal That Could End Strike

By Neal E. Boudette

The accord reportedly includes wage increases and lump-sum payments, along with a formula for temporary workers to become full-time employees.

Americans Will Pay a Price for State Privacy Laws

By Michael Beckerman

The modern data economy is too big to regulate at the state level.

Mary Barra Meets With Union Officials for First Time in G.M. Strike

By Neal E. Boudette

The encounter was at the company’s initiative, according to people close to the two sides’ contract negotiations, which had seemed to grow rancorous.

G.M. Strike’s Economic Toll Is Showing: β€˜I Might Lose the Business’

By Nelson D. Schwartz and David Yaffe-Bellany

Much of the pain from the strike, now in its fourth week, is concentrated in the northern Midwest, which was already contending with a manufacturing slowdown.

Talks to End G.M. Strike Take β€˜Turn for the Worse,’ U.A.W. Says

By Neal E. Boudette

After reports of progress between the automaker and the striking United Auto Workers, the company’s plants in Mexico are reportedly a sticking point.

China’s Spenders Are Saving. That’s a Problem for Everyone.

By Alexandra Stevenson

Chinese consumers, a $4.9 trillion force, transformed the global economy. With their own economy slowing, they are pulling back.

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