Airline Unions Angered Claiming American Airlines' leaders bargained in bad faith, union leaders now say they're reconsidering concessions they previously agreed to. That follows news that top executives would get bonuses and pension-fund additions even as they negotiated big cuts from the unions to help sidestep bankruptcy. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.
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Airline Unions Angered over Executive Bonuses

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Airline Unions Angered over Executive Bonuses

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Claiming American Airlines' leaders bargained in bad faith, union leaders now say they're reconsidering concessions they previously agreed to. That follows news that top executives would get bonuses and pension-fund additions even as they negotiated big cuts from the unions to help sidestep bankruptcy. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.