BROOKLYN, Ohio (AP) -- Hugo Boss and union leaders are ready to resume talks on the planned closure of a men's suit factory near Cleveland, which could cost 375 jobs.
The union wants to prevent the scheduled April 27 shutdown of the Brooklyn, Ohio, plant and avoid big pay cuts. The company says it's ready to listen to union proposals when the two sides sit down Thursday.
The union says the plant is making money, but Hugo Boss says it's not globally competitive.
Gov. Ted Strickland attended a union rally on Wednesday, and actor Danny Glover made a return appearance to back the workers.