This one might get ugly, GM is looking at some pretty deep concessions this time around.
GM hit by UAW strike
Marathon bargaining session fails to produce deal as 73,000 UAW members start strike; talks said to continue.
By Chris Isidore, CNNMoney.com senior writer
September 24 2007: 12:13 PM EDT
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- The United Auto Workers union launched a nationwide strike at General Motors facilities on Monday as 73,000 UAW members started walking off the job and hitting the picket lines at the nation's largest automaker.
But negotiations continued past the 11 a.m. ET start of the strike, according to GM spokeswoman Kathryn McBride. McBride would not address the issues that had prevented an agreement that could have avoided a strike. A union spokesman was not immediately available for comment; the union has scheduled a press conference for 12:15 p.m. ET.