Mine is Eastern Airlines."
What people don't realize is that Eastern Airlines actually chose the union. The CEO of Eastern in the 1950s, Eddy Rickenbacker (very famous WWI Ace- highest number of German planes shot down by an American), recognized that Eastern was going to be unionized, so he did his research and chose what he considered to be the best union and approached them. Well, the years go by, people change, and the rest is history.
On a side issue, he was conservative and in the 1930s he actively opposed Pres Roosevelt to a degree that NBC censored Rickenbacker's comments about the President.
Many years ago, Stop & Shop was family owned and basically invited a union in to be “fair” to their workers. Well, they started having labor issues and strikes and the family owners decided to sell off the company so they didn’t have to deal with a union anymore and all the headaches. Now it’s 2019 and 9% all their competition is non-union, while they are stick with union members loyal to the union and not the company.
IMHO, best case scenario, S&S settles and end up closing some stores and/or laying off employees.