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  • Iowa Board of Regents to part ways with top legal counsel

    The governing board for Iowa's three public universities is cutting ties with the man who has served as its top lawyer for over a decade, as part of several ongoing personnel changes. Thomas Evans, Jr., the general counsel for the Iowa Board of Regents...
  • Labor dispute drags on as Hartford orchestra seeks remake

    Behind the two-year dispute between the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and the musicians union over a new labor agreement is the symphony's effort to remake itself to appeal to changing audiences and tastes. The orchestra says it's "severely...
  • Parliament approves referendum; Greece's future in balance

    Greece's parliament voted early Sunday in favor of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' motion to hold a July 5 referendum on creditor proposals for reforms in exchange for loans, with the country's future in the eurozone looking increasingly shaky. Tsipras'...
  • Strike averted: Philly newspapers, union reach tentative accord

    The owner of Philadelphia's two largest newspapers and their companion website has reached agreement with the news outlets' largest employee union on a new two-year contract. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the accord between Philadelphia Media...
  • Philadelphia newspapers, union reach tentative 2-year deal

    The owner of Philadelphia's two largest newspapers and their companion website has reached an agreement with the news outlets' largest employee union on a new two-year contract. The Philadelphia Inquirer (http://bit.ly/1dnBy61 ) reports that the accord...
  • Cook County reaches tentative contract with nurses

     Cook County reaches tentative contract with nurses
    The union representing more than 1,200 nurses at the Cook County Health and Hospital System said Friday that it has reached a tentative labor agreement nearly three years after the last contract expired. The National Nurses Organizing Committee said...
  • Deal seeks $15 hourly wage for Mass. home care workers

    Gov. Charlie Baker's administration has approved a new contract that aims to increase pay for some 35,000 home care workers in Massachusetts to $15 per hour by 2018. The agreement announced Friday with the union representing personal care attendants...
  • County, dispatchers to begin contract negotiations

    County, dispatchers to begin contract negotiations
    Dispatchers in Lake County's new consolidated dispatch center have voted to unionize and both sides are putting together their teams to negotiate the first collective bargaining agreement. In an election earlier this month, dispatchers voted 68 to 4...
  • Problems in Greece show European 'Union' is falling apart

    ATHENS, Greece Anxiety is a constant presence for those living in Athens these days as they continue to ride the seven-year see-saw of economic survival and revival. European institutions have bailed out and chewed out Greece for its profligacy and...
  • Changes for teachers bring CPS contract talks to a halt

    Changes for teachers bring CPS contract talks to a halt
    Proposed changes to how teachers do their jobs and are evaluated led to a breakdown in talks between the Chicago Teachers Union and the school board, officials said Thursday. The two sides had neared consensus on the broad strokes of a one-year deal...
  • State, AFSCME OK ongoing talks without lockout or strike

    Negotiations on a contract with Illinois' largest public employee union will continue without the possibility of a strike or lockout for one month after the contract expires next week. Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's office and the American Federation...