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Topic - Patrick Purcell
Swiss pharmaceutical firm Novartis said Sunday it was recalling four different products sold over the counter in the United States over reports of a malfunction at one of its plants.
Workers at a Target store in New York voted against joining the country's largest retail union Friday night, but the union said it would press on and broaden its push to represent the company's workers nationwide.
Herald publisher Patrick Purcell says the arrangement makes financial sense and lets the newspapers "serve our readers and advertisers with a distinct voice."
"I feel like if we get a union it would be better because we'd have a voice, somebody to stand up for us," he says.