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CEO pay called into question by UAW strike

The president of the United Auto Workers union warns more workers will join the picket lines against Detroit's big three automakers if "serious progress" is not made in contract negotiations by noon on Friday. Nearly 13,000 people are on strike against General Motors, Ford and Stellantis. Michael Dambra, chaired professor of accounting and law at the University at Buffalo School of Management, joined CBS News to discuss how CEO salaries are being brought to attention because of the work stoppage.


What's on the table with UAW poised to strike

Deals between the United Auto Workers union and Detroit's Big 3 automakers are set to expire Thursday night, with more than 140,000 auto workers set to strike if new agreements aren't reached. The president of the union says its demands are fair, while the CEO of Ford says the ongoing stalemate is not the automaker's fault. CBS News senior transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave and CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe have more on the situation.

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