The United Steelworkers union calls a strike at 16 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. facilities in the U.S. and Canada after failing to reach a settlement on labor contracts for approximately 15,000 USW-represented Goodyear employees. The two parties have been in negotiations since their previous 3-year contract expired in June. Goodyear, which is offering provisions for job security and investments in USW-represented plants going forward; a company-funded plan for secure retiree medical ...

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