After the miracle Ford CEO Alan Mulally and his One Ford team pulled off in turning around the company in the face of an industry meltdown, it might seem hard to argue about the amount of money the CEO makes. But that's exactly what United Auto Workers President Bob King did in front of reporters at an event in Detroit, calling Mulally's $54.5 million stock payment "morally wrong."
Uaw President Bob King
The United Auto Workers union is heading to Washington, D.C. to lobby lawmakers this week. According to The Detroit News, over 1,000 active and retired auto workers are headed to the nation's capitol to participate in the annual National Community Action Program Legislative Conference. The four-day event is being led by UAW President Bob King who is expected to speak on the UAW's on-going campaign to unionize plants owned by foreign manufacturers. The Detroit News article reports that King has t
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