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Brazil unions backing Cup

Rio De Janeiro - Brazil's two biggest unions on Tuesday lent their backing to the World Cup and the 2016 Rio Games on the grounds they would "generate tax receipts and jobs" for the hosts."Large events open the possibility of numerous public and private investments, wh...
In the Media by AFP

Conductors' union accepts Canadian National Railway's offer

The Teamsters union representing conductors, yard workers, and traffic coordinators agreed to meet with Canadian National Railway Co one last time in hopes of reaching a new a settlement.
In the Media by Reuters

CN Rail, union to meet Wednesday in last push for contract

Canadian National Railway Co and the Teamsters union will meet in Montreal on Wednesday to make a final attempt at reaching a labor deal for some 3,000 conductors, yard workers, and traffic coordinators,...
In the Media by Susan Taylor (Reuters)

Cyprus to vote on new sell-off bill as deadline looms

Nicosia - Cyprus is to hold a new vote on a privatisation bill hours before a deadline for the release of the next tranche of a 10-billion-euro bailout, after parliament rejected an initial draft.MPs failed to adopt a first version of the controversial bill in a...
In the Media by Charlie Charalambous (AFP)

Michigan representative seeks to make picketing illegal

Lansing - The proposed law grants businesses the ability to gain an injunction against anyone picketing their premises and imposes massive fines on protesters.
In the Media by Justin King - 8 comments

Chaos at Frankfurt airport as security staff strike

Frankfurt - Passengers were advised Friday not to bother turning up for flights at Frankfurt airport because of a one-day strike by security staff."We have asked passengers not to travel to the airport for now.
In the Media by AFP

Frankfurt airport to be hit by strike Friday

Frankfurt - Germany's largest airport, Frankfurt, is bracing for travel delays Friday due to a scheduled wage strike by security personnel, the airport's operator Fraport said."Due to strike action planned by security staff for Friday, February 21, flight disrupti...
In the Media by AFP

Iberia pilots 'agree to 14% pay cut'

Madrid - Spanish flag carrier Iberia said Wednesday it had reached a deal with its pilots to slash their salaries by at least 14 percent, part of its bid to return to profit.Iberia's roughly 1,400 pilots will see their salaries reduced by 14 percent, and possib...
In the Media by AFP

Directors go with 'Gravity' while producers serve up a tie

Los Angeles - Now, the Oscar race for top prize may have become more clear. Filling out those ballots for many people will now include Alfonso Cuaron and "Gravity" simply because the Directors Guild of America (DGA) has picked him.
In the Media by Tim O'Brien - 1 comment

Coca-Cola looks to close 4 bottling plants in Spain

Madrid - Coca-Cola is looking to close four of its 11 bottling plants in Spain in a move that would affect 1,250 jobs, the company and the UGT union said.
In the Media by AFP
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