Ford Motor Co. will restore college tuition help for factory workers as it tries to settle a dispute over benefits with the United Auto Workers union, the Associated Press reports. The company notified union Vice President Bob King of the change in a letter sent last week, and The Associated Press obtained a copy of the letter. Union leaders were told of the move at a meeting on Thursday in Chicago. The UAW had agreed to give up the tuition payments and make other concessions to help Ford through tough financial times in 2008 and 2009. But the company's fortunes...

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