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A pair of right-to-work bills are
in Michigan to set the stage for new employees at General Motors (
), Ford (
), and Chrysler (
) to skip around union fees. While labor groups are still making quite a bit of noise on the issue, the Big Three have been
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Your argument for unionization using professional sports is an interesting. I grew watching baseball as a kid (when baseball was unionized but not organized -- free agency). Back then, players were paid a lot less than today but still many times more than Average Joe. Back then, Average Joe could afford to go to the games. I remember getting outfield seats for under $5. Today, with utility players making $2 to $4 million per year, those same seats are around $30. That hurts Average Joe.
Has the quality gone up? Nope, just the cost. That's the same reason our steel industry is a shadow of itself. That's the same reason GM, Chrysler, and Ford almost all disappeared.
Dec 12 01:54 AM
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Telecom Giants: 4 Buying Opportunities
Like many other here, I feel T is a brand that I can no longer trust. I recent dealings with T for both business and residential service, everything went wrong and no one was willing to make it right.
The outcome was:
1) I turned off my home phone and DSL
2) I disconnected multiple business DSL connections
3) I have encouraged our agency to drop all cellular service
4) I sold my T stock
I'm done with them.
Oct 15 10:03 AM
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