Boeing and the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers will resume negotiations and are "working out the details of the return to the table" with a US federal mediator, the union said. The IAM strike that began Sept. 6 now has cost Boeing an estimated $3.36 billion in sales and profit, the union claimed (ATWOnline, Sept. 22). "We hope this meeting marks a major step forward. The union will continue to do everything possible to bargain a contract that addresses the concerns ...

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