Re-launched negotiations aimed at settling the five-week-old International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers strike at Boeing broke down without any indications of progress. The discussions started Sunday but were over the following day (ATWOnline, Oct. 10), with job security being the principal issue behind the impasse. "We worked very hard to find solutions and we are extremely disappointed that the talks broke off," Boeing VP-Human Resources Doug Kight said. "We want to resolve ...

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