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2009-11-04 12:01:00

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- While other issues remain unsettled, the key issue is pensions and how worker pensions will be funded.

2006-01-20 17:31:44

By Joan Gralla and Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Transport Workers Union, which shut down the New York subway and bus system for three days during the Christmas shopping season, has narrowly rejected the contract offer recommended by union leaders.

2006-01-20 16:43:05

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Transport Workers Union, which shut down the New York subway and bus system for three days during the Christmas shopping season, has narrowly rejected the contract offer recommended by union leaders.

2005-12-28 07:56:00

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The executive board of New York's Transport Workers Union voted to accept a new contract on Tuesday, the union's leader said, after a dispute that brought the city's subways and buses to a standstill last week.

2005-12-28 00:50:23

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The executive board of New York's Transport Workers Union voted to accept a new contract on Tuesday, the union's leader said, after a dispute that brought the city's subways and buses to a standstill last week.

2005-12-27 23:52:06

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The executive board of New York's Transport Workers Union voted to accept a new contract on Tuesday, the union's leader said, after a dispute that brought the city's subways and buses to a standstill last week.

2005-12-23 08:34:22

By Chris Reese and Claudia Parsons NEW YORK (Reuters) - Subway trains and buses were rolling again in New York on Friday after transit workers ended a three-day strike that caused havoc in America's most populous city at the height of the holiday season and which may have cost the economy $1 billion.

2005-12-23 03:22:06

By Chris Reese and Claudia Parsons NEW YORK (Reuters) - Subway trains and buses were rolling again in New York on Friday after transit workers ended a three-day strike that caused havoc in America's most populous city at the height of the holiday season and which may have cost the economy $1 billion.

2005-12-22 15:59:33

By Chris Reese and Claudia Parsons NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York transit workers on Thursday called off a three-day subway and bus strike that caused havoc in America's most populous city at the height of the holiday season and which may have cost the economy $1 billion.


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