In an interview published by the Financial Times, Armstrong announced his intent to leave in spring of 2023, concluding a tenure of growth and occasional turbulence.
The tech behemoth denies that if violated federal labor law.
“We believe that the school’s survival as a Quaker institution depends upon the immediate resolution of this conflict.”
"We will be the first unaffiliated legislative staff union. So we're excited and also scared by that prospect. But it's momentous."
"We would laugh if it wasn't so sad."
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