Advertisement

The Nation

The head of the American Telephone & Telegraph Co.'s largest union said the nationwide strike against the company could end within 24 hours because of progress in contract bargaining. Morton Bahr, president of the striking Communications Workers of America, said on CNN’s Moneyline that despite escalating rhetoric and union protests in about 30 major cities, lengthy sessions with a federal mediator had eased negotiations. The union struck AT&T; on June 1.


Advertisement
Advertisement