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While a couple of buyers have emerged for pieces of bankrupt auto supplier Delphi, including two Indian companies interested in the company's steering-gear unit, the UAW and the Delphi's management are still arguing about who was overpaid and who's responsible for the demise of the former GM unit, with United Auto Workers chieftain Ron Gettlifinger noting that it would take an average line worker nearly 190 years of labor to earn what "Some People Call Me Maurice" "Steve" Miller made in his first six months at the helm of Delphi. We don't predict an end to this one until the judges step in, and we're betting it's on Delphi's terms.

Unions Say Delphi s Miller Wrong [The Car Connection]

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