DETROIT Two service employees’ unions are calling for the board and administration of Detroit’s public school system to investigate Aramark for failing to deliver an allegedly promised $25 million in revenue from a five-year foodservice management contract. The unions, UNITE HERE and the Service Employees International Union, claim that Aramark brought in only $1.4 million in revenues during the life of the contract, which began in 2001. The school district renewed Aramark’s contract ...
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