Saturday, May 04, 2002
GEAE workers see finished product
Employees at GE Aircraft Engines got a close look Friday at trailer-mounted power generators carrying LM2500 aeroderivative turbines made at the Evendale plant.
The equipment, rented by GE Power Systems, was en route to a New England utility, which will use the units for supplemental power, officials said.
A spokesman said while the turbines are produced in Evendale, employees typically don't see their final configuration mounted on truck trailers.
Chiquita part of ethical trade group
Chiquita Brands International Inc. said Friday it had been accepted into the Ethical Trading Initiative. The Britain-based initiative is an alliance of companies to promote ethical trade practices.
In the past several years, Chiquita has certified its farms under the Rainforest Alliance's Better Banana Project, reached an agreement on worker rights with labor unions in Latin America and issued its own corporate responsibility report.
Union to rally at Cincinnati Bell
Members of the Communications Workers of America, whose contract with Cincinnati Bell expires at midnight next Saturday, will hold a rally at noon Monday outside the firm's downtown offices. The union opposes a company proposal for employees to pay more for health care.
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New day for Sunny Delight?
5/3 Day energized by Welch speech
Jobless rate hits 6 percent
HIGGINS: Hands-off approach to investing
Transfer IRA if it's inherited
Small-cap companies bask in market boom
Stop hiding those stock options, Greenspan says
What's the Buzz?
Tristate Earnings Reports
TRW voters block bid
Kmart to review management