Monday, July 13, 2015

July 13 News Update

Eurozone leaders reach deal on Greek bailout after all-night talks
European Leaders Reach Deal on Greek Debt Crisis *
Relief -- and Much Anger -- in Greece as Tsipras Clinches Deal *
Interview with Greek socialist

The West is so dry even a rainforest is on fire in Washington state
Nuclear Plant Closing Reflects Overhaul of German Energy Production *

What's at stake at the UAW contract talks
From sit-ins to two tiers, UAW family is living history
Fiat worker in Italy talks of job, unions, making Jeeps
Autoworkers set to open labor negotiations

Hormel strike Aug. 1985-June 1986 The two-front labor war in Austin

Kansas City Council moves ahead toward an increase in minimum wage
Yuma Grocery store employees plan work stoppages in labor dispute
Delta Air Lines pilots reject tentative contract
Verizon braces for potential labor strike
N.J. public worker unions sue state to challenge pay freeze
Low-paid British workers brace for more austerity
Canadian Parliament passes anti-union legislation
NAACP votes to end S. Carolina boycott
AT&T can punish employees for wearing ‘prisoner’ T-shirts to work, a court rules
Growth in the ‘Gig’ Economy Fuels Work Force Anxieties *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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