After weeks of dissidence, Boeing and the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace reported progress on Oct. 24 in their four-year contract talks. “Today's negotiations were marked by a new spirit of collaborative problem solving,” said Speea. Union President Tom McCarty said he was “pleased to hear that the Boeing pension is so well-funded the company does not need to make any contributions in the next year,” after the company's third-quarter earnings report. But Robert ...
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