Avoiding the costliest strike in U.S. history

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters union and UPS have agreed on a new five-year contract that boosts wages and guarantees more air conditioning in drivers’ trucks. The tentative deal, struck on July 25, came one week before an Aug. 1 deadline that the Teamsters had set for a threatened strike. What does this deal say

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