Both Boeing and Workers Could Win the Strike

A tentative strike settlement would provide job security while letting Boeing outsource as much work as it wants on its 787 Dreamliner

On Saturday, Nov. 1, striking Boeing (BA) machinists will get a chance to vote on a proposed contract that could end a walkout that has halted plane manufacturing at the company since Sept. 6. Union leaders are crowing about the proposed four-year deal, calling it a victory for the workers. But management, while bruised, is walking away from the table with a few key wins, too.

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