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IBEW contract expires; talks continue with AT&T

Flying under the radar—or tucked away in the shadow--of AT&T’s contract negotiations with the Communications Workers of America, has been the company’s talks with its other

CWA Dist. 6 negotiators leave bargaining table

There has not been much new of late to report about the ongoing contract negotiations between AT&T and the Communications Workers of America union, which means that about 80,000 employees remain

Frontier shareholders narrowly reject 'say-on-pay' proposal

A Communications Workers of America-supported bid to give Frontier Communications stockholders a vote on how much compensation the company's executives received was narrowly defeated by a vote of

CWA says AT&T's 'final offer' just isn't good enough

UPDATE: CWA Dist. 6 negotiators leave bargaining table AT&T yesterday said it had made its "last, best and final offer" to 27,000 wireline workers in the company's southwestern region, but the

CWA alleges unfair tactics by Frontier

Not much has happened lately in the ongoing contract negotiations between AT&T and the Communications Workers of America union, but there is labor news on another front: A CWA local group in

CWA President: AT&T strike "a tactic we may yet use"

Speaking at the union's first ever e-meeting Thursday, CWA President Larry Cohen said a strike against AT&T remains a "tactic we may yet use" against the company. However, the union and its

CWA reminds AT&T of network, people behind profit

While it reported a $3.2 billion quarterly profit this week and posted overall numbers that beat many analyst expectations, AT&T neglected to provide an update on ongoing contract negotiations

No apparent contract movement from AT&T, union

Most media reports from this weekend show no discernible movement toward a new contract agreement between AT&T and the Communications Workers of America union. A strike has been authorized, but

AT&T offers wage hikes to CWA, bargaining continues

AT&T spokesman Walt Sharp has shed some light on offers the telco is making in the ongoing negotiations with the CWA over wireline employees' contracts. Sharp told the Springfield News-Leader

LA AFL-CIO chapter to "Phone Bank" for CWA in AT&T contract negotiations

The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO is planning to "phone bank" (i.e. call center dial-up) U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein and AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson on Thursday in support of