Fraser, Jill Andresky
July 2002
Inc.;Jul2002, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p104
Focuses on trade-unions as a source of capital for a company. Reason behind the investment of unions in corporations; Prediction on the assets of Taft-Hartley pension plans; Importance of having an employee-stock-option plan or a profit-sharing plan. INSET: LOOKING TO BECOME A 'UNIONIZED' COMPANY?.


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