Today's Front Page

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Cooper Tire's labor negotiations with Findlay workers seem stunted. What's more, Cooper seems to be in less of a rush to meet than the unionized Findlay workers.

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Toledo, OH

#21 Jan 26, 2012
just_the_facts wrote:
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Git yer facts STRAIGHT,,, the union members didn't strike,,they got LOCKED-OUT
Yall wanted the 30 million back that yall had lost after pay cuts in 2008. Yall voted 2 to 1 to reject a contract. Sounds like a strike but who cares anymore, yall have ben kicked to the curb by everyone an that ain't rite

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