Thursday, November 6, 2008

Morning Briefs...

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King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc. and its subsidiary, Wild by Nature, have joined with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help protect the environment.

Organized labor sees a historic opportunity with Tuesday's election and is counting on the incoming Obama administration to back its agenda in what promises to be a landmark battle with business.

CNBC discusses the impact Obama will have on the Labor Industry.

A&P here yesterday said it has converted two more stores in the Philadelphia area to its price-impact Pathmark format.
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Whole Foods Market here said Wednesday that identical-store sales were down slightly in the fourth quarter and have continued a downward spiral in the first weeks of its new fiscal year, as economic pressures continued to batter the once high-flying natural foods retailer.
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And Jim Gennaro, running against a 30 year incumbent Frank Padavan is trailing by
723 votes and not conceding just yet.

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