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Deere Says It’s Done Bargaining After Striking Workers Reject Second Contract Offer

Deere Says It’s Done Bargaining After Striking Workers Reject Second Contract Offer

Deere & Co. won’t raise its offer to striking workers after a second vote to ratify a new contract failed Tuesday, a company executive said.

Marc Howze, the chief administrative officer for the farm and construction equipment manufacturer, said the company made its best and final offer in a six-year proposed contract that members of the United Auto Workers union voted down by a margin of 55% to 45%.

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