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New York Times union members leave following missed deadline for contract negotiations

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New York Times union members leave following missed deadline for contract negotiations. The standoff occurs while labor discontent in the US is at an all-time high and living expenses are rising. Despite difficulties in the broader journalism industry, union members assert that the corporation can finance its requests.

“Today we were ready to work for as long as it took to reach a fair deal, but management walked away from the table with five hours to go,” the New York Times union tweeted on Wednesday.

After setting a deadline for a deal last week, more than 1,100 union employees at the New York Times Co (NYT.N) started a one-day work stoppage on Thursday, the union claimed, citing the company’s “failure to bargain in good faith.”

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