Chicago Symphony, striking musicians reach deal
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Symphony Orchestra has reached a tentative labor agreement with its musicians, who went on strike over the weekend.
The orchestra and the Chicago Federation of Musicians announced the new three-year collective bargaining agreement in a joint news release Monday evening. Details of the agreement weren't provided.
The musicians and the symphony association's board of trustees must ratify the agreement. Once ratified, it will take effect retroactively Sept. 17.
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