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Taj set to close in union bid to protect other casino workers

by / Wednesday, 17 December 2014 / News Category NYPOST BUSINESS

Inaction speaks louder than words. At the bargaining table, the absence of the union representing roughly 1,100 Trump Taj Mahal workers — with less than four days before the casino…

Source:: Taj set to close in union bid to protect other casino workers

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