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Talks between New York's Metropolitan Opera and its musicians and other unionized employees will resume this week after the opera company agreed to extend its deadline for a threatened lockout by another week, federal mediators said on Monday.The contract negotiations, the most contentious at the Met since a previous lockout in 1980, had been suspended for a week while an independent analyst studied the Met's finances. Its previous labor contracts expired July 31.
With a lockout increasingly likely, the show may not actually go on this fall at the Metropolitan Opera.
Also on the Minute, labor troubles at the Metropolitan Opera and the rescue of a 1-year-old sailor. By: Natalia V. Osipova
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