GM, striking workers both feel financial pinch

USA Today Finance 2 months ago
With the United Auto Workers' strike against General Motors in its third week, workers are living on $250 per week in strike pay while the company is losing millions and its customers are being hit by repair parts shortages. (Oct. 1)

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