Business: New Weapon for Bashing Bosses

Labor's pension fund muscle

He wears jeans to the office, lifts weights to stay in shape for his long working days and has little of the charisma of legendary labor leaders. Yet Ray Rogers, 35, former VISTA volunteer, is shaking up union-management relations witha devastating new tactic that could well become as much a part of labor's arsenal as the strike or the picket line. An organizer for the Manhattan-based Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers, Rogers is the chief of its "corporate campaign," which uses the union's raw financial and political power. His...

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