07/11/08 (Get to Sev, it's Free Slurpee Day)
Ahold names Schlicker the CEO of Stop & Shop.
Stop & Shop this week hosted the first of three scheduled “Affordable Food Summits” to help consumers cope with the rising cost of groceries.
A Mexican comic book containing a character that the White House once denounced as an offensive racial stereotype is again at the center of controversy after being sold at Houston-area Wal-Mart stores.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has won a permanent gag order and agreed to drop its lawsuit against a fired security employee who detailed to media what he said were the retailer's surveillance practices.
Congratulations to Wal-Mart, who was inducted to the 2008 Hall of Shame for employers.
A 37-year-old man was arrested on Saturday for going on a shopping spree with a stolen credit card in a Staten Island Pathmark store.
Claiming that odors from two nearby sewage plants have at times made them nauseous, forced them to stay indoors and possibly even caused medical problems, a group of residents in the South Bronx is suing the city and the owner of one of the plants.
UFCW in Seattle is facing a problem with the city's ban of plastic.
A & P receives award for Human Rights.
Obama continues to raise cash in New York.
Bloomberg joins Pataki in Green Business Summit
McCain's ad aims at Spanish voters.
Enjoy the weekend