Related Program: The Record How Boeing Avoids The Negotiation Table By Ross Reynolds & Hannah Burn • Nov 13, 2013 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Boeing headquarters in Chicago. Flickr Photo/contemplative imaging Listen Listening... / 7:47 Ross Reynolds talks with aerospace and defense editor at Reuters, Alwyn Scott, about how Boeing's labor dispute compares to other union negotiations. Tags: BoeingunionsaerospacebusinessDO NOT USE arts & lifeTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content More Than $1B In Tax Breaks For Boeing? Inslee Says It's Worth It By Carolyn Adolph & Steve Scher • Oct 2, 2013 Courtesy/Boeing Company Listen Listening... / 1:44 Governor Jay Inslee said on Wednesday that he will propose to extend tax breaks to Boeing -- so long as the aerospace giant agrees to build the 777X in Washington. Union Fury Could Prompt Boeing To Move 777X Assembly By Carolyn Adolph • Nov 8, 2013 KUOW Photo/Carolyn Adolph Standing before a crowd of Boeing machinists on Thursday night, Tom Wroblewski, president of the Boeing machinists union, tore up a copy of the proposed contract and said he would try to stop it from coming to a vote. “I know this is a piece of crap,” Wroblewski said, according to The Seattle Times. The machinists before him were openly hostile to the eight-year deal, which would replace their health care costs and strip down their pensions.