LOS ANGELES -- When will it end? As the Southern California strike-lockout moves into its 14th week, with no talks scheduled, industry analysts told SN they have no more idea than anyone else how long it will last. But they do offer explanations for why both sides seem so intractable. "The union is holding tough so it doesn't have to yield in negotiations in other markets over the next two years, while the employers are taking the heat for the same reason," Jonathan ...
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