Unions and food retailers in various markets settled some longstanding disagreements last week and moved closer to resolution on others, paving the way for additional settlements in the weeks ahead. Tentative contracts in Chicago and Seattle were scheduled to be presented to union members for approval, and workers in New England and Kentucky approved new pacts after extended negotiations. Following is a summary of the major developments: In Chicago, meat, fish and deli workers reached a ...

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