Posts Tagged ‘east coast’

Greyhound Looking to Corner Cheap Chinatown Bus Market

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You may recall the early June fiasco when several Chinatown bus services were shut down by the government, which cited serious public safety hazards on those carriers. Now, Greyhound, cited by many Chinatown bus riders as overly pricy and un-flexible with regard to drop-off points, is looking to corner that market. Spokespeople for Greyhound clarified [&hellip
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Con Edison Locks Out 8,000 Workers: Can it Still Deal with the Heat Wave?

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Breaking News

by Laurent Berstecher Over 8,000 Con Edison workers were locked out on Sunday after talks with the Utility Workers Union of America broke down. A weekend of hard negotiations and the impending heat wave did not help both sides reach an agreement. Con Edison says it has dispatched 5,000 people, mostly managers and retired supervisors, [&hellip
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