• The International Association of Machinists (IAM) District 751 received documents from Boeing Co., pursuant to a subpoena issued by the NLRB. Last April, the NLRB issued a complaint against Boeing, alleging that it committed an unfair labor practice by retaliating against union employees by opening a second assembly line at a nonunion plant in South Carolina. The union published the Boeing PowerPoint slides, which contained discussion of certain risks and benefits of locating the new 787 production line in South Carolina. Boeing’s position is that it was well within its rights in deciding where to invest and locate its production facilities, and it stated that the documents publicized by the IAM do not support the union’s claims.