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March 30, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
UAW Threatens Strike at Chrysler Plant: United Auto Workers members at Chrysler Corp.'s Kokomo, Ind., transmission plant said they will strike Friday morning if health and safety issues are not addressed in contract talks. The plant, which employs 5,700 hourly workers, is the sole source of automatic transmissions for most of Chrysler's cars and trucks. A strike could disrupt production at U.S. and Canadian assembly plants within days.
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November 3, 1996 | From Associated Press
Hours after General Motors Corp. and the United Auto Workers reached a tentative national contract, they resolved local issues Saturday at a metal-stamping plant where a four-day strike caused parts shortages and shutdowns at other assembly plants. A second walkout over local issues that led to the shutdown of GM's truck plant in Janesville, Wis., remained unresolved. More shutdowns had been expected this week before the Indianapolis walkout was resolved.
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NEWS
February 25, 1994 | Associated Press
Teachers who have worked without a contract since the start of the school year defied a judge's order and went on strike Thursday.
BUSINESS
October 30, 1996 | DONALD W. NAUSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than 7,500 union workers at two key General Motors plants in Indiana and Wisconsin walked off the job late Tuesday as contract talks between GM and the United Auto Workers continued without a settlement. The walkout, which could quickly paralyze some of GM's most profitable operations, comes just a day after the union let an extension of its previous three-year contract lapse and UAW leaders warned that local strikes were possible.
BUSINESS
October 30, 1996 | DONALD W. NAUSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than 7,500 union workers at two key General Motors plants in Indiana and Wisconsin walked off the job late Tuesday as contract talks between GM and the United Auto Workers continued without a settlement. The walkout, which could quickly paralyze some of GM's most profitable operations, comes just a day after the union let an extension of its previous three-year contract lapse and UAW leaders warned that local strikes were possible.
NEWS
November 3, 1996 | From Associated Press
Hours after General Motors Corp. and the United Auto Workers reached a tentative national contract, they resolved local issues Saturday at a metal-stamping plant where a four-day strike caused parts shortages and shutdowns at other assembly plants. A second walkout over local issues that led to the shutdown of GM's truck plant in Janesville, Wis., remained unresolved. More shutdowns had been expected this week before the Indianapolis walkout was resolved.
SPORTS
June 7, 1990 | HARLEY TINKHAM
Dick who?: After Jim Valvano was signed by ABC as a basketball analyst, Dick Vitale told USA Today that he put in a call to ESPN executive producer Steve Bornstein. "His secretary asked me to spell my name and asked if I worked there," Vitale said. "How soon they forget." Kiner watch: From Bruce Keidan of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Ralph Kiner, who is justifiably famous for his malapropisms and non sequiturs, may have topped himself on a WWOR telecast of a Mets' game recently.
BUSINESS
March 30, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
UAW Threatens Strike at Chrysler Plant: United Auto Workers members at Chrysler Corp.'s Kokomo, Ind., transmission plant said they will strike Friday morning if health and safety issues are not addressed in contract talks. The plant, which employs 5,700 hourly workers, is the sole source of automatic transmissions for most of Chrysler's cars and trucks. A strike could disrupt production at U.S. and Canadian assembly plants within days.
NEWS
February 25, 1994 | Associated Press
Teachers who have worked without a contract since the start of the school year defied a judge's order and went on strike Thursday.
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