Thursday, October 23, 2008

A UFCW Local strikes in Canada, Target fined for overcharging, Whole Foods Gowanus is a lingering question mark, Thursday One Liners...

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Nearly 800 workers at Loblaw Cos Ltd's 13 Maxi stores in eastern Quebec went on strike on Wednesday over wages and benefits, the union said.

The Brooklyn Paper says Whole Foods needs a partner in the Gowanus project.

Whole Foods stock yesterday hit all time seven-year low.

Sears Holdings will remove grocery departments at four Super Kmart stores and convert them to the nonfood Big Kmart format, a company spokeswoman told SN Wednesday.
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Target stores have agreed to pay a $1.7 million civil penalty for overcharging California customers through electronic cash register scanners that rang up too-high prices, the Sonoma County district attorney's office said Tuesday.

Politics

Newsday writes on the nasty State Senate race between Craig Johnson and Barbara Donno.

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