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SEOUL, South Korea (AP): Unionised workers at Hyundai Motor Co. will negotiate further with management over a new wage package despite approving a resolution to go on strike, a union spokesman said Saturday.
The South Korean government invoked emergency powers Sunday to end a walkout by unionized pilots at Korean Air Co., the nation's largest airline.
NEW YORK: Delta Air Lines Inc., which lost $2.6 billion (euro2.22 billion) in the first nine months of this year, needs the $3 billion (euro2.56 billion) in annual cost savings from its reorganisation plan to survive, chief financial officer Edward Bastian told a bankruptcy court.
LOS ANGELES: Boeing Co. officials have not yet decided whether to scrub upcoming satellite launches or hire replacement workers after machinists went on strike in California, Alabama and Florida, a company spokesman said.
A pilots' strike at Asiana Airlines, South Korea's number two carrier, stretched into a fifth day Thursday after talks between management and union leaders failed to resolve their differences and the airline was forced to cancel more flights.
Management and union leaders at South Korea's Asiana Airlines headed into talks Wednesday as the carrier braced for more disruptions to its international and cargo services from a pilots' strike that stretched into a fourth day.
Airline pilots went on a brief strike and haven't ruled out a bigger one. Medical workers threatened a walkout but called it off. Angry laborers have gathered at noisy union rallies, criticizing the government and clamoring for justice.
Asiana Airlines, South Korea's second-largest carrier, said flights were operating normally Wedneday after fewer than half of its unionised pilots went on a one-day strike.
U.S. Airways Group, which has asked a bankruptcy judge to void its labor contracts, will seek a court injunction prohibiting strikes by disaffected unions.