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GM CEO Mary Barra.

GM’s workforce ratifies new contract, ending longest strike in 50 years

They secured low-cost healthcare, wage hikes, a signing bonus, increased profit-sharing, and a quicker path to full-time status for temporary workers.
1973: Truck drivers gather ahead of a fuel price protest in Worcester, Massachussetts.

There’s a stark reason why America’s 1.8 million long-haul truck drivers can’t strike

Trucking is powered by 1.8 million long-haul drivers, who move around 71% of America's freight. But striking isn't accessible to them.

The longest labor strike in decades may be about to end as GM and the UAW reach a tentative contract

GM's nearly 50,000 hourly workers have been on strike for almost five weeks. A tentative agreement won't necessarily end the walkout.

One of America’s largest truck manufacturers is getting slammed by UAW strikes as more than 3,500 workers walk out

America's $800 billion trucking industry is finally getting hit by the United Automobile Workers strike.

Former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein says Trump’s trade-war tariffs may be ‘effective’

Former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein suggested tariffs could be an "effective negotiating tool" and compared the trade war to a labor strike.