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1/21 UAL AFA Flight Attendants To Picket Airports Around World For Contract

1/21 UAL AFA Flight Attendants To Picket Airports Around World For Contract
http://ourcontract.org/day-of-action/jan-21-2016/
Day of Action Event Information
• Day of Action
• January 21, 2016
Day of Action - January 21, 2016

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UBER Worried About "Social Order" In China? Uber Orders Drivers in China to Steer Clear of Taxi Protests

UBER Worried About "Social Order" In China?
Uber Orders Drivers in China to Steer Clear of Taxi Protests
Uber drivers told to stay away from taxi protests in Hangzhou or face cancellation of contract
http://www.wsj.com/articles/uber-orders-drivers-in-china-to-steer-clear-...
The Uber app displayed on a phone outside an office building in Beijing, China, Jan. 2015. PHOTO: ASSOCIATED PRESS
By COLUM MURPHY
June 13, 2015 3:38 a.m. ET

Airline Workers Fed Up Over Pay Declines While Profits Rocket

Airline Workers Fed Up Over Pay Declines While Profits Rocket
http://www.wsj.com/articles/airlines-rising-labor-costs-in-focus-ahead-o...
Airlines’ Rising Labor Costs in Focus Ahead of Earnings
As fuel prices have plunged, employee pay and benefits have returned as airlines’ biggest expense item

Uber and Lyft’s big new lie: Their excuse for avoiding regulation is finally falling apart

Uber and Lyft’s big new lie: Their excuse for avoiding regulation is finally falling apart
http://www.salon.com/2016/01/16/uber_and_lyfts_big_new_lie_their_excuse_...
SATURDAY, JAN 16, 2016 08:59 AM PST
Uber and Lyft’s big new lie: Their excuse for avoiding regulation is finally falling apart
Did Lyft just admit it's a taxi company after all? Ridesharing companies pretend to be tech firms. They're not
STEVEN HILL

Rotterdam Dockers Strike-A Test Case For Europe?

Rotterdam Dockers Strike-A Test Case For Europe?
http://www.equaltimes.org/rotterdam-dockers-strike-a-test#.Vpq24xF7m-S
11 January 2016
ROTTERDAM DOCKERS STRIKE – A TEST CASE FOR EUROPE?
by Chris Burns

Hundreds of dockworkers who blocked and paralysed part of Rotterdam’s container port for 24 hours last week could soon strike again unless an agreement is reached with employers over job cuts.

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