United's Unions Would Rather Buy Than StrikeKevin Kelly and Aaron Bernstein
You can say one thing for the 8,300 pilots at UAL Corp.'s United Airlines Inc.: they're no quitters. The pilots' union has led three failed efforts since 1987 to buy the carrier. Now, using new tactics, it's at it again. The past bids essentially were leveraged buyouts that failed when United's three
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