Along with Barra, GM President Mark Reuss was also at the talks on Tuesday, a report from CNBC cited a person familiar with the negotiations as saying. While a deal is not locked in yet, the talks could be "in the home stretch," another unnamed source told CNBC.
A GM spokesman confirmed that talks were "ongoing" but declined to comment on details of the discussions.
Meanwhile, a report from Business Insider, citing Bank of America Merrill Lynch estimates, said the walkout would cost striking workers about $2,000 of profit-sharing given the company has missed out on earnings.
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