Organized labor is supposed to be in decline. Just don't tell that to people wearing the "Strong Union" lanyards around Columbus, Ohio.
Barely a stone's throw from Port Columbus International Airport sits a glass-and-mortar building occupied, according to the signs in the lobby, by several small businesses and one small group that can give a big business fits: The International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 1108. With the ink barely dry on its charter allowing it to organize any fractional ownership operation, 1108 recently chalked up one collective bargaining agreement with Berkshire Hathaway's NetJets and just weeks ...
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