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April 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Truckers, Teamsters Resume Talks: Negotiators for the Teamsters union and trucking firms resumed negotiations in an effort to resolve a 12-day strike involving 70,000 workers. The Teamsters and Truck Management Inc., which represents 23 trucking firms, said they had "serious discussions" and agreed to another round of negotiations today as union members remained on the picket lines nationwide.
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April 20, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Teamsters, Trucking Firms Continue Talks: The union and hauling companies said they will form subcommittees to review and discuss the major issues that triggered a nationwide strike two weeks ago. Truck Management Inc., which represents the 20 firms that remain in the strike, said that "there are still wide gaps dividing the parties" but agreed to keep talks open.
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April 20, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Teamsters, Trucking Firms Continue Talks: The union and hauling companies said they will form subcommittees to review and discuss the major issues that triggered a nationwide strike two weeks ago. Truck Management Inc., which represents the 20 firms that remain in the strike, said that "there are still wide gaps dividing the parties" but agreed to keep talks open.
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April 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Truckers, Teamsters Resume Talks: Negotiators for the Teamsters union and trucking firms resumed negotiations in an effort to resolve a 12-day strike involving 70,000 workers. The Teamsters and Truck Management Inc., which represents 23 trucking firms, said they had "serious discussions" and agreed to another round of negotiations today as union members remained on the picket lines nationwide.
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April 15, 1994 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Striking Teamsters and trucking firms Thursday agreed to resume negotiations next week and try to resolve the 8-day-old walkout involving 70,000 workers. The Teamsters strike against 20 trucking firms will continue during the talks--scheduled to begin Monday--and the union was planning a separate campaign aimed at some of the transportation companies' financial backers and directors.
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April 12, 1994 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Missouri trucking firm on Monday closed its doors and laid off more than 2,000 workers on the sixth day of a nationwide trucking strike while the Teamsters called off the walkout against another company that agreed to resume negotiations. Trucking industry officials blamed the strike involving about 75,000 Teamsters for leading Churchill Truck Lines to permanently shut down after nearly 70 years in operation.
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April 14, 1994 | JESUS SANCHEZ and GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The nation's trucking system has begun to feel the strain of the week-old Teamsters strike, as some non-union firms Wednesday said they are being overwhelmed with orders and customers are experiencing more frequent and lengthy delays. "We are maxed out," said Jeff Jordan, a spokesman for Overnite Transportation Co., a non-union trucking company based in Richmond, Va. "More of our terminals are approaching gridlock simply because there is so much moving."
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April 1, 1987 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
Selling government-operated enterprises to private investors may be a way of "getting the government off the backs of the taxpayers," as President Reagan and other conservatives claim so enthusiastically. But the privatization last week of the government-owned Conrail freight railroad sounds like a raw deal for taxpayers. And surely it isn't a good example of what the government's role should be in a relatively free-market economy. It was the largest sale of government property in U.S.
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April 15, 1994 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Striking Teamsters and trucking firms Thursday agreed to resume negotiations next week and try to resolve the 8-day-old walkout involving 70,000 workers. The Teamsters strike against 20 trucking firms will continue during the talks--scheduled to begin Monday--and the union was planning a separate campaign aimed at some of the transportation companies' financial backers and directors.
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