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UPS $1.1 Billion in Profits Exceeds Wall Street Expectations

UPS made $1.1 billion in profit in the first three months of the year—a 10 percent increase over last year. But executives complained the company is the real victim if the Treasury Department approves Central States pension cuts for 400,000 Teamsters. 

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Rerun Ordered in Florida Local 2011

Another Hoffa Vice President has been caught stealing a Convention Delegate election. 

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BREAKING: Verizon Scabs Can Run, But Can’t Hide

For the fourth time this week, Verizon strikers have shut down the company’s scab dispatch operations in New York City, despite UPS intervening against the strikers.

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Hotels Ban Verizon Scabs

Verizon strikebreakers have been thrown out of three New York City hotels thanks to direct action by striking CWA members, solidarity from the hotel workers’ union and Teamsters Local 814. 

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Teamsters Protest Broken Pension Promises at U.S. Capitol

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If you read one thing on the pension cut crisis, make it this top-notch article from Cincinnati.com.  Includes an inspiring video about Rita Lewis, who lost her husband and best friend and became the voice of hundreds of thousands fighting for their pensions.

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Teamsters Rally in Washington to Protect Pensions

Over 2,000 retirees and Teamsters from 20 states rallied on Capitol Hill today to support the Keep Our Pension Promises Act, and to call on the U.S. Treasury Dept to reject the pension cuts proposed by the Central States Fund.

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