NEW YORK (AP) – A strike of 49,000 auto workers against General Motors is nearing an eighth day.
The negotiators met at GM headquarters in downtown Detroit all Sunday. "They still talk to each other," said Brian Rothenberg, spokesman for the United Auto Workers union.
The workers gave up their work early Monday after the end of their four-year contract with the company.
You are looking for a larger number of GM's profits, products that are to be manufactured in factories that GM wants to close, a way to permanent jobs for temporary workers and other goods.
Democrats hit United Auto Workers in their strike against General Motors, a union they've long been a political ally with. The republican reaction was subdued.
Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren visited Sunday's striking workers at GM's Detroit-Hamtramck plant.
"GM demonstrates that it has no loyalty to workers in America Loyalty is their bottom line, and if they can save nickel by relocating jobs to Mexico, Asia, or anywhere else on this planet, they will," Warren said.
Meanwhile, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden visited and visited striking car workers in Kansas City, Kansas.
The strike is waning as an investigation of corruption against senior UAW officials at the federal level intensifies. The FBI raided UAW President Gary Jones' home in a suburb of Detroit last month. The prosecution has so far charged eleven people and questioned many of the 49,000 workers across the country as to whether the leaders have their back.