Push for higher wages to take place in Mass. this week
A coalition of labor, religious and community groups is planning a weeklong drive for $15 an hour.
Beating back wage hikes and 4 other head-spinning moments
The industry showed it's not afraid to stand up to its adversaries on important government issues, and will likely be emboldened going forward by help in the rumble from an unlikely source. It also was fearless in exploiting the opportunities afforded by the P.F. Chang's Olympics. Or something like that.
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