American's Unions File Grievances Over Pay

American Airlines' unions that represent pilots, flight attendants, mechanics and other workers, have filed grievances over stock-based executive payouts that could total about $70 million and are slated to go to about 1,000 management employees. The unions took pay cuts in 2003 to avert a threatened bankruptcy filing.

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