With no new talks scheduled between Boeing and the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, the manufacturer's production lines remained silent yesterday and suppliers and airlines began to assess the potential damage of a protracted strike. Merrill Lynch estimated that a strike lasting one month would cost the company $2.8 billion in lost revenue (ATWOnline, Sept. 8). The union remained resolute, however, saying on its website that it "will continue this fight one day longer ...

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