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Dec. 17, 2014 -- On January 11, 2014, Wall Street Journal reporter and IAPE member David Bird left his house in Millington, N.J., to take a brief walk to get some fresh air. He never returned.

Despite a widespread manhunt by the Long Hill, N.J., police and volunteers, nothing has turned up since last January to indicate what happened to David.

To its credit, Dow Jones kept David on the payroll through the end of July. However, effective August 1, David's status was changed to unpaid leave of absence.

This means that David's wife Nancy, a stay-at-home wife and mother caring for their two children, has no income with which to provide for her family. Imagine the anguish she faces each and every day — not knowing where her husband is or what happened to him AND wondering how she will manage her financial hardship. [The company is maintaining the family's health-care benefits.]

Imagine if this happened to you. | More

$10,000 Reward

DJ special writer and IAPE member David Bird has been missing from his Millington, NJ home since Saturday, January 11, 2014. Dow Jones & Company has offered a $10,000 reward "for relevant and useful information that leads law enforcement to the location and/or return of David Bird." For those familiar with the area, David was last seen walking on foot in the area of the intersection of Northfield Road and Long Hill Road. David is 6'1" and 200 lbs. with grey hair and blue eyes. At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a bright red jacket with two yellow zippers in the front and blue jeans. Please call Long Hill, NJ police at 908-647-1800 with any leads or information. - More

What IAPE Does


Jan. 7, 2013 -- Your union is involved every day in the effort to defend your contract rights -- and, every day, we're ready to help via a number of committees meeting with management on a regular, on-going, basis. | More

Farewell To Radio

Nov. 12, 2014 -- During a meeting today with staff from Wall Street Journal and MarketWatch radio departments, WSJ editor in chief Gerard Baker announced the elimination of all Dow Jones radio operations and positions by the end of this year. The move to shutter the radio division will result in the elimination of some two-dozen Union-represented positions effective December 31, 2014. Management and supervisory positions are also expected to be cut. Headquartered in South Brunswick, NJ, The Wall Street Journal radio network has provided business news programming to radio stations across the United States for more than 30 years. Round the clock business reports are currently delivered to over 470 stations, while 200 stations currently subscribe to | More

Extension Ratified

Aug. 8, 2014 -- IAPE members at Dow Jones locations across North America have voted to accept an extension of their previous contract through June 30, 2015. With more than 96% of ballots cast in favor of the extension, IAPE members opted to approve a deal that will preserve all current terms and conditions of employment for another year and increase wages by no less than 2% for Union-represented employees. Introductory pay scales will increase by 1% and the minimum-dollar pay increase for full-time employees will be set at $20 per week. The ratification vote was open to all Dow Jones employees covered by this contract who were members in good standing as of July 15, 2014. The election was administered by TrueBallot Inc. | More

A Message From Bob

Jul. 15, 2014 -- The IAPE Bargaining Committee, which consisted of members of the Executive Council of the IAPE Board of Directors, has reached a tentative agreement with the company on a one-year extension of the current collective-bargaining agreement. The current contract expired on June 30 but was extended for 60 days by both parties, as called for in the contract. The IAPE board has voted to recommend the contract to IAPE-represented employees. We now ask that you, our fellow union members, vote in favor of the agreement during the ratification process, which will begin later this month. Under the one-year extension, salaries will be increased 2%, retroactive to July 1, the same as the increase in the second, third and fourth . . . | More

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