Apple Union Getting Calls From ‘All Over’ After Win in Maryland

The labor group that helped orchestrate the first successful unionization campaign at an Apple Inc. store said it’s eager to begin negotiating with the company and looks to build on the breakthrough elsewhere.

“The biggest thing for us to do now is to get Apple to the table and talk to them about who we are and what we want for our union members,” said David Sullivan, a general vice president at the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, which prevailed in a union vote last weekend at a store in Towson, Maryland.