0.1 Percent Increase Over 2007 Smallest In Over A
US scheduled passenger airlines employed 0.1 percent more
workers in June 2008 than in June 2007, the 17th consecutive
increase in full-time equivalent employee (FTE) levels for the
scheduled passenger carriers from the same month of the previous
year, according to the US Department of Transportation's Bureau of
Union Compares Venue To "Hotel California" -- But Not As
"It's a lockdown." That's how International Association of
Machinists (IAM) leader Tom Wroblewski terms a planned meeting this
Thursday between union leaders and executives at Boeing, where they
hope to hash out a new contract and avoid a crippling strike.
The identity of human remains from a 60-year-old crash site in
Alaska have finally been identified. In this case, DNA analysis and
advanced fingerprinting techniques appear to have finished the race
in a dead heat.