Miami Herald: Teamsters Challenge Merger of Allied, Republic Waste

November 17, 2008: Shareholders of Fort Lauderdale-based Republic Services and Phoenix-based Allied Waste Industries on Friday overwhelmingly approved a deal for the two waste companies to merge.

Also Friday, a union-supported group that says it advocates for competition in the waste industry issued a report challenging the merger.

Click here to read more at The Miami Herald.

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