United Labor Move Barring a last-minute deal, United Airlines is expected to ask a bankruptcy court judge in Chicago to begin the process of terminating labor contracts with its unions. The move could save the airline more than $1 billion. NPR'S David Schaper reports.

United to Ask Court to Void Labor Contracts

United to Ask Court to Void Labor Contracts

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Barring a last-minute deal, United Airlines is expected to ask a bankruptcy court judge in Chicago to begin the process of terminating labor contracts with its unions. The move could save the airline more than $1 billion. NPR'S David Schaper reports.

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