How the Loss of Union Power has Hurt American Manufacturing

April 20, 2018

“Want to make America great again and keep factories in the United States?” writes Louis Uchitelle in The New York Times. “Try strengthening labor unions. That may seem counterintuitive, and certainly contrary to the direction the country has been […]

Next-Gen Exhibition Formats Emerge at NAB

April 18, 2018

With a reported attendance in excess of 100,000 from some 160 countries, plus 1,800-plus exhibitors, the NAB Show is often described as the world’s largest convention encompassing the convergence of media, entertainment and technology — the self-styled “MET Effect.” […]

LAUSD School Workers Vote to Authorize a Strike

April 17, 2018

Thousands of cafeteria workers, bus drivers, custodians, special education assistants and other school workers in the Los Angeles Unified School District have voted to authorize their bargaining committee to call a strike if necessary […]

WSJ: The Business Case (and Plan) for Gender Equality

April 17, 2018

“I was 24 when I was embroiled in a high-profile lawsuit,” writes Whitney Wolfe Herd in The Wall Street Journal. “This was 2014, long before, en masse and on social media, we said #MeToo and #TimesUp. At the time, I felt completely alone. Visceral […]

JetBlue Flight Attendants Vote to Unionize

April 17, 2018

Flight attendants for New York-based carrier JetBlue Airways Corp. have voted to join the Transport Workers Union of America, according to results released Tuesday by the National Mediation Board. The vote, 2,661 to 1,387, affects roughly 5,000 JetBlue flight attendants, most of them based at […]

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