By Sean Higgins | 01/24/14 03:06 PM
Private-sector union membership surged last year to 7.3 million, and membership in public-sector organized labor slid to 7.2 million. This marks the first time in five years that the total private-sector membership actually exceeded that of its federal, state and local government counterpart....
By Sean Higgins | 01/24/14 01:58 PM
National Labor Relations Board attorneys have advised the board to dismiss unfair labor practice complaints from eight workers at Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., against the United Auto Workers. The attorneys also called for the labor law enforcement agency to dismiss related charges...
By Associated Press | 01/23/14 08:02 PM
CHICAGO — After months of owning the airwaves and raising millions more than his three GOP opponents in the campaign for Illinois governor, Bruce Rauner's biggest test in the Republican primary may come not from his rivals but from the well-funded and politically powerful labor unions that...
By David Eggert | 01/23/14 09:24 AM
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is pledging to commit up to $350 million in state funds to help Detroit as the bankrupt city tries to shore up pension funds that are billions in debt and prevent valuable city-owned art from being sold.
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