November 27, 2022

Deere Workers Approve New Contract, Ending Strike

Workers at Deere & Co. ratified a new six-year contract Wednesday, ending a strike against the farm and construction machinery company that lasted over a month.

The contract was approved by a margin of 61% to 39%, the United Auto Workers union said.

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