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June 1, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
AT&T Talks Hung Up Over Retirees' Health Premiums: Negotiations on a new contract for AT&T Corp.'s 110,000 union employees remained stalled on whether the telephone company's retirees should pay part of the premiums for health benefits. Tentative agreement was reached a day earlier on a company-paid health plan for current employees and talks were scheduled to resume Wednesday on the retiree issue.
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BUSINESS
June 1, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
AT&T Talks Hung Up Over Retirees' Health Premiums: Negotiations on a new contract for AT&T Corp.'s 110,000 union employees remained stalled on whether the telephone company's retirees should pay part of the premiums for health benefits. Tentative agreement was reached a day earlier on a company-paid health plan for current employees and talks were scheduled to resume Wednesday on the retiree issue.
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May 31, 1995 | From Associated Press
Health care issues continued to divide AT&T Corp. and its two unions Tuesday, but there was no threat of a strike by the telephone giant's 110,000 employees seeking a new contract. "There's no talk of a walkout now," said Jeffrey Miller, information director for the Communications Workers of America, which represents 90,000 AT&T employees.
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May 31, 1995 | From Associated Press
Health care issues continued to divide AT&T Corp. and its two unions Tuesday, but there was no threat of a strike by the telephone giant's 110,000 employees seeking a new contract. "There's no talk of a walkout now," said Jeffrey Miller, information director for the Communications Workers of America, which represents 90,000 AT&T employees.
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