Boeing Workers See Varied Support for 777X Contract

Jan. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Members of Boeing Co.'s largest labor union comment about their votes on a proposed work contract tied to the company's new 777X aircraft. Assembly of the plane, its composite wing and other major parts would stay at Boeing's Seattle-area industrial hub if Machinists union members agree to freeze their retirement programs, according to Boeing representatives. (Source: Bloomberg)

Hong-Kong America Center: Clinton Will Get a Bounce
32:23 - Glenn Shive, executive director of the Hong Kong-America Center, discusses Hillary Clinton's acceptance speech, her criticisms of Donald Trump and the momentum in her campaign. He speaks to Bloomberg's Angie Lau on "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)
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