American Airlines Group Inc. and the Machinists union reached tentative contracts covering more than 11,000 mechanics, airport ground workers and others at merger partner US Airways Group Inc.
President Barack Obama stepped in with an executive order to end the first strike halting commuter-train service in the Philadelphia region in 31 years.
President Barack Obama intervened to end a strike that halted service this morning on commuter trains in and around the Philadelphia region.
JetBlue Airways Corp. pilots voted to join the Air Line Pilots Association, ending the carrier’s status as the biggest U.S. airline without a union and erasing a gain in the stock.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines won a court order temporarily blocking passenger-service employees from conducting a union representation election because it might violate labor laws.
American Airlines Inc., the bankrupt carrier fighting to cut labor costs, sued the National Mediation Board over a decision directing a union election among a group of nonunion employees.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines won a court ruling preventing a union-representation election among passenger service employees until they meet a higher threshold for proceeding with a vote.
Delta Air Lines Inc., FedEx Corp. and other carriers lost a court bid to block a new federal rule that makes it easier for unions to organize employees into collective bargaining units.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines asked a federal judge to stop a union-representation election scheduled to take place among passenger service employees at the carrier.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines, the bankrupt carrier fighting to cut labor costs, asked a federal court to block a union-representation election among passenger service employees.