Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Target expands grocery, Plastic Bag NYC battle, Tuesday One Liners...

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Target Corp. in Minnesota yesterday said it plans to “aggressively test” an expanded food offering in its discount stores despite a $1 billion reduction in capital spending for 2009.

Price Chopper here has agreed to buy two P&C supermarkets from Penn Traffic Co., Syracuse, N.Y., both companies said. Terms were not disclosed.

The building service workers union launched a Web site to protest former NBA basketball star Magic Johnson's use of non-union workers at One Hanson Place, a Brooklyn condominium owned by his investment company.

The New York Times looks at the new battle over plastic bags in NYC.

Ontario's 100,000 farm workers have won the right to join a union.

Hotel workers in Canada walk out.

A&P store manager Peter Sito was honored at a Nov. 14 event by the Rockland County Association for the Learning Disabled with its Employer of the Year Award, for providing opportunities to individuals with learning and other developmental disabilities

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