Time Out for Boeing and SPEEA

For eight straight months, Boeing and its engineers' union, the Society of Engineering Employees in Aerospace, have tried to hammer out a re-up for their labor agreement of four years ago. This week, as federal negotiating specialists looked on, the negotiations ground to a complete halt.

Find out what went wrong, what's next for the warring parties -- and what it all means for Boeing parts suppliers such as Honeywell , General Electric , and Spirit AeroSystems . Fool contributor Rich Smith explains in the following video.

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