Boeing machinists in Washington, Oregon and Kansas voted overwhelmingly Saturday to ratify a new four-year contract and return to work following a costly 58-day strike. The vote by members of the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers was 74% in favor of ratification, IAM said, with only a simple majority required. The union represents approximately 27,000 Boeing employees. "This new contract addresses the union's job security issues while enabling Boeing to retain the ...

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