Continental Airlines yesterday announced that it reached tentative agreements on new contracts with its last unsigned work groups, its pilots, flight attendants, and mechanics and dispatchers. Terms of the deals were not released but the carrier has said it needs $500 million in savings, more than $300 million of which has to come from those groups. The agreements are subject to union leadership approvals and ratification by union membership, with votes expected by the end of March. "I know ...

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