Fort Worth Symphony Musicians And Management Reach Tentative AgreementAccording to a press release, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association and the American Federation of Musicians reached a tentative agreement on a new contract for the musicians of the orchestra.
Fort Worth Symphony Association Cancels Concerts Through November 6thThe FWSOA will notify ticket holders immediately regarding options for handling unused tickets. Patrons are encouraged to hold onto their tickets and wait for notification before calling the ticket office.
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association Cancels More ConcertsThe canceled concerts include The Music of David Bowie, scheduled for Saturday, September 24 at Bass Performance Hall, and a community concert, scheduled for Sunday, the 25th at Arborlawn United Methodist Church.
Fort Worth Symphony Musicians Vote To Authorize StrikeMusicians from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra voted Tuesday night to authorize a strike. This comes after the musicians rejected a proposed agreement with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association over a new labor contract.
Verizon Workers Go On Strike Amid Contract DisputeTens of thousands of Verizon landline and cable workers have walked off the job after working without a contract since August.
Upset Dallas Uber Drivers Vow To Keep App OffThey said Uber’s new policy forces them to accept lower-paying UberX fares or risk being abolished from the Uber platform.
Southwest Bag Workers Picketing Over Flight DelaysSaying Southwest Airlines is neglecting workers and its customers, baggage handlers are bringing attention to the company's slide in on-time performance as they seek a new contract.
Fan Hospitalized After Lightning Strike At FC Dallas Match In OhioLightning struck outside a soccer stadium before an MLS game, sending an off-duty firefighter who went into cardiac arrest to the hospital and forcing the postponement of the Columbus Crew's game against FC Dallas.
Gov't Finds Merit In Labor Claims Against Wal-MartThe National Labor Relations Board announced that its general counsel found merit in charges that Wal-Mart unlawfully threatened employees in Texas and California with reprisal if they engaged in strikes and protests ahead of Black Friday.
Bell Helicopter Workers Bracing For A Long StrikeMembers of UAW 218 walked off their jobs at Bell Helicopter in Fort Worth Friday morning starting a strike over overtime, pensions and health care costs.
Dallas Fast Food Workers Strike, Demand $15 An HourFast food workers walked out of restaurants across the country – from Los Angeles to New York, from Denver to Dallas, and nearly 60 cities in between.
Fast Food Strikes Set For Cities NationwideFast food workers are set to stage walkouts in dozens of cities across the country on Thursday, including Dallas, as part of a push to get chains to pay workers higher wages.

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