Nabisco Workers Protest at Mondelēz Shareholders’ Meeting

May 25, 2017 
By Steven Wishnia and Neal Tepel

Lincolnshire, IL - Protesting the company’s closing U.S. factories and moving jobs abroad, members and supporters of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers’ International Union demonstrated outside Nabisco/Mondelēz’s annual shareholder meeting in this Chicago suburb May 17.

Drop That Cookie - It's Costing American Jobs!

May 24, 2017
By Joe Maniscalco

"BCB" is talking Nabisco this week.

New York, NY - Organized labor’s 18-month-long campaign to knee-cap the manufacturers of Oreo cookies, Ritz Crackers and other fattening favorites, will cost snack food giant Nabisco approximately $200 million in lost revenue this year, as savvy U.S. consumers fed up with American jobs being shipped out of the country leave Mexican-made products to rot on store shelves across the nation.

AT&T Workers Strike for Three Days

May 24, 2017
By Steven Wishnia and Neal Tepel

Chicago, IL - More than 40,000 AT&T workers went on strike May 19-21, demanding that the company commit to “bargaining that addresses affordable benefits, fair wages and job security” and stop its “pervasive offshoring of jobs to low-wage contractors, which eliminate good jobs and hurt customer service,” the Communications Workers of America said May 19.

Boycotts, Audit Loom as Clare Rose Defies Strikers

May 23, 2017 
By Silver Krieger

New York, NY - Small businesses on Long Island are joining strikers against Clare Rose, the sole distributor of Anheuser-Busch products and craft beers such as Blue Point and Greenport, by boycotting the company, refusing deliveries and displaying boycott signs in their store windows.

Mexican Phone Operators Win 4.2% Raise

May 22, 2017 
By Steven Wishnia and Neal Tepel

Mexico City - The union representing more than 60,000 operators at Telmex, Mexico’s quasi-monopoly telephone and telecommunications company, ratified a contract May 16 that will give them a 4.2% wage increase and avert a strike scheduled for May 25.

Win Week In Review

May 21, 2017 
By Doug Cunningham 

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Washington, DC - 21,000 CWA workers at AT&T Mobility will strike Friday if no new labor agreement is reached by then. It will be a one day strike - with workers returning to work Monday, May 22nd.

Beer Distributor’s Subsidies Could End

May 21, 2017 
By Jerry Levine, Long Island LaborPress

Brookhaven, NY - Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine ordered an audit of local Budweiser distributor Clare Rose, following the company’s decision to permanently replace striking workers.

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