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Aviation / Boeing Plant #999355

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 07, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(North Charleston, South Carolina: Jim Axelrod) The dispute over Boeing’s non-union factory in South Carolina examined; details given about the complaint from the National Labor Relations Board that the jobs were taken from a plant in Washington in retaliation for the machinists’ strike in 2008; scenes shown from the plant where the 787 Dreamliner will be built. [International Association of Machinists Chris CORSON††- says the jobs should be sent back to Washington.] [Boeing executive vice president Jim ALBAUGH††- says we can’t afford to have a work stoppage every 3 years.] [Boeing senior vice president Tom DOWNEY††- says no company makes a billion dollar decision out of spite.] [Boeing employee Lee GAYLOR††- says those are not her problems.]

Pelley, Scott;
Axelrod, Jim

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