An insider-trading case involving directors of Rochester Community Savings Bank and a newspaper executive has become the latest ammunition in a battle between the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and Gannett Co.

The teamsters, whose members have been on strike since July at the Detroit Newspaper Agency, which Gannett co-owns, has filed a protest with the Securities and Exchange Commission against Gannett chief executive John Curley, accusing him of not caring about insider trading laws.

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