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Agree or else, Globe tells unions

Says that without worker concessions, it will file 60-day notice of intent to shut

By Robert Gavin and Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff / May 4, 2009

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WEYMOUTH - Boston Globe management was continuing to negotiate concessions with its major unions well past a midnight deadline, but said it was prepared to file a plant closing notice with the state today if they failed to reach agreement. That would allow the paper's owner, the New York Times Co., to follow through on its threat to shutter the ... (Full article: 1293 words)

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