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N.Y. Times’ Wirecutter Union Reaches Deal With Management

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A union representing workers at New York Times Co.’s Wirecutter product-recommendation service said it’s reached a deal with management after a five-day strike over Thanksgiving weekend.

The deal raises salaries immediately by an average of almost $5,000 and guarantees annual increases of 2% to 2.5%, the union said. It also eliminates the use of non-disclosure agreements in cases of harassment.