SPOTLIGHT: Retiree health insurance a big concern for GM

According to the Wall Street Journal's Health Blog, General Motors is hoping that its workers will allow the company to substitute stock for cash for a retirement trust created as part of GM's contract with the United Auto Workers two years ago. GM is required to contribute more than $10 billion by 2010. Article

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