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May 28, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Ravenswood, Union Reach Settlement: Ravenswood Aluminum Corp. and union leaders tentatively agreed to settle a 19-month labor dispute marked by outbreaks of violence and destruction. The proposal, which came after a marathon negotiating session, will be voted on by the 1,700 idled union members in Ravenswood, W. Va., United Steelworkers spokesman Gary Hubbard said. Details of the proposal were not disclosed.
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May 28, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Ravenswood, Union Reach Settlement: Ravenswood Aluminum Corp. and union leaders tentatively agreed to settle a 19-month labor dispute marked by outbreaks of violence and destruction. The proposal, which came after a marathon negotiating session, will be voted on by the 1,700 idled union members in Ravenswood, W. Va., United Steelworkers spokesman Gary Hubbard said. Details of the proposal were not disclosed.
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November 26, 1991 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
If I were a gambling man who gets a kick out of making unusual bets, I might have been tempted last year to wager a few bucks that 1,700 workers would win their dispute with Ravenswood Aluminum Corp., which is part of a mysterious complex of corporations operating in 40 countries. Many things seemed to be going for the workers, even after dozens of armed, helmeted company security guards removed them from the aluminum plant in the small town of Ravenswood, W.Va.
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November 26, 1991 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
If I were a gambling man who gets a kick out of making unusual bets, I might have been tempted last year to wager a few bucks that 1,700 workers would win their dispute with Ravenswood Aluminum Corp., which is part of a mysterious complex of corporations operating in 40 countries. Many things seemed to be going for the workers, even after dozens of armed, helmeted company security guards removed them from the aluminum plant in the small town of Ravenswood, W.Va.
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November 23, 1993 | From Associated Press
The risk that millions of Americans may not get promised pension benefits worsened last year, according to government figures released Monday. The Pension Benefit Guarantee Corp. said the gap between assets and promised benefits in the 50 largest underfunded pension plans grew 31% in 1992 to $38 billion, from $29.1 billion a year earlier. It was the fifth straight annual increase. The PBGC, the government pension insurance agency, is liable for $31.7 billion of the funding shortfall.
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