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Are unions bad? Why do some private companies survive even when pay their workers well?

Verizon, Safeway, Fred Meyer, Costco, etc.

Asked By: Javck - 12/14/2010
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Because they can work. Look at the new, richest man in the world. He's a Mexican who owns most of the telecom industry in Mexico. The profit margins are huge for that kind of company because competition is insignificant when you have the assets. Then you have Bill Gates, what did he have at one point, $80 billion... More
Answered By: Sdf Ddss - 12/15/2010
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union benefits are outrageous for the Buidling trades we deal with... More
Answered By: Zarg222 - 12/15/2010
 
Unions are very good in theory, but there are a few problems in practice... More
Answered By: T-Virus - 12/15/2010
 
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