Northwest Airlines Corp. late Monday reached a truce with its flight attendants, agreeing to a new round of talks that at least temporarily prevents a potentially crippling strike at the airline.
Last week, the flight attendants voted to reject a concession deal that would have saved the company $195 million annually, setting up a showdown between Northwest and the group.
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