Knapheide Manufacturing employees might strike Monday
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Knapheide Manufacturing employees might strike Monday

Workers at one of Quincy's largest employers might walk off the job on Monday if a deal is not struck between Knapheide Manufacturing Co. and members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Lodge 822.

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Former President Barack Obama warns Democrats against adopting ‘purity tests’ in the 2020 presidential primary and alienating voters needed to defeat President Donald Trump in the general election

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Automakers sue each other on occasion, but no one in Detroit can remember one accusing another of bribing union officials to get an unfair labor cost advantage

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Asian shares mostly higher despite US-China trade anxiety
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Stocks are mostly higher in Asia after a lackluster overnight session on Wall Street ended with the market’s third straight drop

Merkel says climate change, digitalization top challenges
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