United May Fly Around a Strike

After voicing their frustration, the airline's mechanics will likely come to terms. Otherwise, they face losing a lot more

UAL Corp.'s United Airlines isn't looking too united these days. Despite the carrier's record $1.8 billion loss last year, its 13,000 unionized mechanics vetoed a 37% pay hike on Feb. 12, setting the stage for a possible strike a week later.

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