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Could the Union Victory at VW Set Off a Wave?

Sáb, 04/20/2024 - 08:22
Some experts say the outcome at a plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., may be organized labor’s most significant advance in decades. But the road could get rockier.

A Bill to Limit Canada’s Trade Negotiators on Farm Goods Edges Nearer to Law

Sáb, 04/20/2024 - 05:00
The measure from a member of the Bloc Québécois would ban changes to the supply management system for dairy, poultry and eggs.

VW Workers in Tennessee Vote for Union

Vie, 04/19/2024 - 23:05
The Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga is set to become the first unionized auto factory in the South not owned by one of Detroit’s Big Three.

Start-Up Founder Sentenced to 18 Months in Prison for Fraud

Vie, 04/19/2024 - 15:01
Manish Lachwani, who founded the software start-up HeadSpin, is the latest tech entrepreneur to face time in prison in recent years.

Chinese Exports Are Threatening Biden’s Industrial Agenda

Jue, 04/18/2024 - 10:30
The president is increasingly hitting back with tariffs and other measures meant to restrict imports, raising tensions with Beijing.

A Japanese Village Wants Tourists to Come for Heat, Soot and Steel

Jue, 04/18/2024 - 04:02
To lure visitors, residents of Yoshida, famed for its high-quality steel, are inviting tourists to help produce it.

Biden, Competing With Trump to Be Tough on China, Calls for Steel Tariffs

Mié, 04/17/2024 - 14:34
Speaking to the United Steelworkers union in Pittsburgh, the president urged major increases to some tariffs on steel and aluminum products from China.

VW Workers in Tennessee Start Vote on U.A.W., Testing Union Ambitions

Mié, 04/17/2024 - 10:13
The United Automobile Workers hopes contract gains at the Big Three carmakers will provide momentum in a broad effort to organize nonunion plants.

The Global Turn Away From Free-Market Policies Worries Economists

Mar, 04/16/2024 - 23:01
More countries are embracing measures meant to encourage their own security and independence, a trend that some say could slow global growth.

Why Better Times (and Big Raises) Haven’t Cured the Inflation Hangover

Lun, 04/15/2024 - 04:00
Frustrated by higher prices, many Pennsylvanians with fresh pay raises and solid finances report a sense of insecurity lingering from the pandemic.