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October 8, 1989
Unemployment benefits have been revoked for 12,000 New England Telephone workers in Massachusetts on strike since Aug. 6. Employment and Training Commissioner James F. French ruled the strike has had a substantial impact on the company's operations, and overturned a decision he made Sept. 13 to grant jobless benefits to the strikers.
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October 8, 1989
Unemployment benefits have been revoked for 12,000 New England Telephone workers in Massachusetts on strike since Aug. 6. Employment and Training Commissioner James F. French ruled the strike has had a substantial impact on the company's operations, and overturned a decision he made Sept. 13 to grant jobless benefits to the strikers.
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October 24, 1988
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March 19, 2012 | By Mark Z. Barabak and Paul West, Los Angeles Times
Mitt Romney entered the presidential contest as Mr. Fix-It, saying his business know-how was precisely what could rescue the struggling economy from its deep and devastating slump. It is the way Romney distinguishes himself from the other Republicans running and a contrast he constantly makes with the president. The election offers a choice, Romney says, between an "economic heavyweight" and lightweights Rick Santorum and President Obama. But after months of steady job growth, improved consumer confidence and big gains on Wall Street, the economy seems in less dire need of fixing, and Romney has been forced to alter his message or risk seeming out of touch.
SPORTS
October 17, 1994 | HELENE ELLIOTT and ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Wayne Gretzky in line at the unemployment office? According to California's state unemployment insurance laws, workers who are locked out by management are eligible to apply for unemployment benefits. Although the NHL has deliberately called its work stoppage a postponement and has disputed the use of the term "lockout," the league is expected to concede--perhaps as soon as on today--that the 17-day-old stoppage is a lockout.
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