Related Program: The Record Last Minute Attempts To Get Boeing Back To The Negotiation Table By Marcie Sillman & Hannah Burn • Dec 4, 2013 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Machinists voted against a contract offer from Boeing earlier in November. Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson is trying to bring the two sides together in negotiations again. KUOW Photo/Jason Pagano Listen Listening... / 5:28 Marcie Sillman talks with Everett mayor Ray Stephanson about his efforts to bring Boeing and the machinist union back to the negotiation table. Tags: BoeingmachinistsunionslaboraerospacegovernmentbusinessTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content How Boeing Avoids The Negotiation Table By Ross Reynolds & Hannah Burn • Nov 13, 2013 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. Boeing Introduces 777X, Boasts $95B In Advance Sales By Jamala Henderson • Nov 18, 2013 AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili Listen Listening... / 3:12 Days after Boeing said it would look outside the Puget Sound area to build the 777X, the aerospace giant formally introduced the jetliner at the Dubai Airshow this weekend. What Boeing Machinists' Rejection Means For Labor By Carolyn Adolph & Isolde Raftery • Nov 15, 2013 Boeing handout. In the hours after Boeing machinists overwhelmingly voted down an eight-year contract, a theme emerged: The machinists view themselves as a family that could not vote for a contract that would hurt future generations. 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.