In early October, Boeing surprised the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District 751 by proposing talks on a new four-year contract months ahead of schedule. What has emerged from those meetings is a contract that preserves the union's health and benefit goals and guarantees that its newest project, the 737 MAX, will remain on the IAM's home turf in Renton, Wash., and not drift away to a non-union locale. Although District 751 was surprised at the timing of ...


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