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AMR wants unions to give up $990 million

By D.R. Stewart, Tulsa World Executives and lawyers for AMR Corp., the parent of American Airlines, said Monday its three unions must give up $990 million a year in wages and benefits for the airline to emerge from bankruptcy as a competitive network carrier. Speaking at the beginning of a trial in U.S. Bankruptcy Court [...]
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