General Motors Co. accused Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV of bribing union negotiators to gain a competitive advantage, triggering an unusual legal dispute between crosstown rivals by filing a federal racketeering lawsuit.
Separately, the head of the United Auto Workers union resigned Wednesday after the UAW’s board publicly accused him of submitting false and misleading expense reports and concealing the misconduct. Gary Jones earlier this month took a leave of absence as UAW president amid a federal investigation into union…
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