More from David Sharp
Court Hits Apple with More than $500K in Sales Taxes
The company should have paid state taxes on the full price of discounted iPhones, the court ruled.
Feb 19th, 2021
Opponents of $1B Power Line Submit Petition
It’s a second try at a referendum blocking the project.
Jan 22nd, 2021
Laws & Regulations
Businesses, Lacking Legal Immunity, Fear COVID-19 Lawsuits
More than 6,000 coronavirus-related complaints have been filed across the country.
Dec 21st, 2020
Shipyard, Union Are Getting Back on Same Page After Strike
Union officials and shipyard managers have been meeting with help from a federal mediator since the two-month strike ended in August.
Nov 16th, 2020
Shipbuilders Approve Deal, Ending 63-Day Strike
4,300 production workers represented by Machinists Local S6 begin returning to work on Monday.
Aug 23rd, 2020
Shipyard Workers to Vote on Labor Pact
Getting the shipyard back on production schedule is important if the company wants to win more contracts.
Aug 17th, 2020
Shipyard, Union Reach Tentative Deal to End Strike
The agreement would increase annual wages by 3% over three years, preserve seniority and improve health care.
Aug 10th, 2020
Machinists Union President Rallies Striking Shipyard Workers
There have been no face-to-face negotiations since the strike began.
Jul 27th, 2020
Shipbuilder Files Complaint Over Union Threats During Strike
The company accused leaders of Machinists’ Local S6 of threatening so-called scabs with fines and loss of benefits.
Jul 13th, 2020
Shipyard Hiring Temporary Workers Amid Strike
With 4,000 workers out, Bath Iron Works is trying to avoid falling further behind on production.
Jul 3rd, 2020
Striking Shipbuilders Are Losing Health Coverage in Pandemic
Health insurance is running out for 4,300 shipbuilders who've left their jobs.
Jul 1st, 2020