Boeing and the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers reached a four-year tentative labor agreement Monday night that, if ratified, will mark the end of a costly strike by some 27,000 workers that has idled aircraft assembly lines since Sept. 6. US federal mediators assisted the parties during the five days of negotiations that ended with the deal, which IAM said "will provide job security for its members and limit the amount of work outside vendors can perform in the ...

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