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UAW Talks Go Past Deadline At GM And Chrysler

Negotiations between the United Auto Workers Union and two of the three domestic car makers continued past the midnight contract expiration.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/14/2011

GM CEO Dan Akerson and UAW President Bob King Open Talks

Deadline Looms, But Less Drama In This Year’s Auto Talks

This year’s auto talks have reached what is traditionally referred to as “crunch time,” but there’s less “crunch” this year.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/14/2011

UAW-Ford National Negotiations Opening Day Ceremony

UAW Ford Start Talks, Vow To Avoid Strike

UAW President Bob King taking the optimistic attitude that he showed at Chrysler and General Motors this week, to Ford’s historic Rouge Plant, for the opening of 2011 contract talks.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/29/2011


DSO Talks Break Down

  The first formal talks in two months involving striking members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and DSO management have ended with no agreement.


West Bloomfield Teachers Picket

Hundreds of West Bloomfield teachers have taken their contract stalemate to the picket line, protesting pay cuts proposed by the district aimed at erasing a $1.7 million budget deficit.


Clinton: U.S. “Will Not Impose” Mideast Solution

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton formally opened the first direct peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians in nearly two years on Thursday, imploring the parties to ignore the long history of failed negotiations […]