Town Hall Protests Are The Work Of Major Union, Christie Says

Town Hall Protests Are The Work Of Major Union, Christie Says

By Melissa Hayes, The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) TRENTON, NJ—New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blamed the state’s largest public employees union for orchestrating interruptions at his ...

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CHART: Koch Spends More Than Double Top 10 Unions Combined

CHART: Koch Spends More Than Double Top 10 Unions Combined

by Lee Fang, Republic Report The Wall Street Journal’s Kimberley Strassel either has no understanding of campaign finance, or is willfully misleading her readers. In either case, ...

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Where Do American Unions Go From Chattanooga?

Where Do American Unions Go From Chattanooga?

Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- I asked Rich Yeselson, a former union strategist and author of this excellent article on the United Automobile Workers' failed effort to unionize a Volkswag ...

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In VW Vote, Republicans Fight The Really Radical Idea That Workers Should Have A Voice In Business

In VW Vote, Republicans Fight The Really Radical Idea That Workers Should Have A Voice In Business

When a company is not fighting against a union, why do that union's efforts fail — and what does that say about the U.S. model for labor? Current management theory recognizes that ...

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UAW May Challenge Loss At Volkswagen Factory In Tennessee

UAW May Challenge Loss At Volkswagen Factory In Tennessee

by Paresh Dave, Los Angeles Times Turning more than 1,500 painters, inspectors, tradespeople and maintenance workers at a Tennessee auto plant into union members was supposed to b ...

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Since When Is College Football Not A Business?

Since When Is College Football Not A Business?

Feb. 14 (Bloomberg) -- So the National Labor Relations Board hearings on the Northwestern University football team's proposal to form a union have just gotten under way, and we al ...

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Union Vote At Volkswagen’s U.S. Plant Being Carefully Watched

Union Vote At Volkswagen’s U.S. Plant Being Carefully Watched

Chicago (AFP) - Workers at German auto giant Volkswagen's plant in Tennessee were voting Wednesday on whether to form a union, a decision seen as a referendum on the health of the ...

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Supreme Court Considers Striking Down Mandatory Public Union Dues

Supreme Court Considers Striking Down Mandatory Public Union Dues

David G. Savage, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court justices debated Tuesday whether teachers and other public employees can be required to pay dues to support ...

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