Arts

  • August 20, 1997  

    In the short term, the 15-day UPS strike caused shipping delays and cost millions. An agreement has been reached, but what’s the long term impact on labor/management relations? Paul Solman discusses the fallout of the strike with industry experts. Continue reading

  • August 19, 1997  

    UPS workers will return to work after a painful 15-day strike that affected mail delivery throughout the United States. The Teamsters Union won many of the bargaining points. 10,000 part-time jobs will become full-time positions and the union will maintain control of the pension funds. Continue reading

  • August 19, 1997  

    UPS workers will return to work after a painful 15-day strike that affected mail delivery throughout the United States. The Teamsters Union won many of the bargaining points. 10,000 part-time jobs will become full-time positions and the union will maintain control of the pension funds. Continue reading

  • August 18, 1997  

    The book selling business isn’t easy when your competition is thousands of square feet and carries 175,000 titles. Will superstores write a tragic ending for smaller, independent sellers? Betty Ann Bowser files this report. Continue reading

  • August 15, 1997  

    Twenty years after his death, The King still reigns over contemporary culture. Paul Solman reviews the life and times of Elvis Presley. Continue reading

  • August 15, 1997  

    Twenty years after his death, The King still reigns over contemporary culture. Paul Solman reviews the life and times of Elvis Presley, and then leads a discussion on his strange legacy. Continue reading

  • August 15, 1997  

    It has been two weeks since the Teamsters went on strike against UPS, and there has been very little progress. Since the strike began, UPS has only been able to handle 10 percent of the 12 million packages it usually delivers everyday. As a result, UPS competitors are trying hard to carry the extra load. Continue reading

  • August 13, 1997  

    In a new report released by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse highlights increased hard drug use by younger and younger children. The report cited a 122 percent increase in the number of kids saying they knew a friend or classmate who used narcotics. Continue reading

  • August 11, 1997  

    Oregon launches a campaign to halt teenage smoking by using cigarette taxes and an anti-smoking ad campaign. Voters in the state approved a thirty cent per-pack tax increase to discourage smoking among youths. Continue reading

  • August 8, 1997  

    The situation between UPS and its striking workers continues unresolved as Teamsters face the end of their first week without pay. Charles Krause has our report. Continue reading