Today marks the 20th anniversary of the start of the United Steelworkers’ strike against Kaiser Aluminum. About 2,100 hourly employees at the company’s Trentwood and Mead plants walked out in what became a bruising, two-year labor dispute.
- Charles Hurwitz, vilified during Kaiser strike, was excluded from company during bankruptcy
- Kaiser Aluminum cautiously optimistic about new plan to tackle carbon pollution
- Landmarks: Kaiser’s ‘architecturally daring’ home came before big business moves
- Kaiser announces $150 million investment in Trentwood plant
- Kaiser’s Trentwood plant continues to reinvent itself
- Kaiser unveils $16 million cleanup plan