A Labor-Led Lift for GM?

Goldman Sachs figures the UAW will likely agree to concessions on retiree benefits -- and that could boost the automaker's stock

Auto workers, and their union representatives, may be ready to concede to wage and benefit cuts in their negotiations with General Motors (GM) later this year, Goldman Sachs (GS) says in a new research report. And the investment bank figures that will likely give the stock a boost.

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