Monday, December 15, 2008

Wal-Mart in 2018, Fairway gives away free groceries, Food Banks forced into partnerships, Monday One-Liners...

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Financial analysts look at Wal-Mart in 10 Years, they see banks, mortgages and a New York City store by 2018.

Starting on Monday, Fairway Market is holding a “Free groceries for a year” sweepstakes. Entry forms and contest details are available in the Plainview store

Lee Scott on Meet the Press, chief executive said consumers have changed their behavior to cut costs amid concerns about job security during the recession.

Wal-Mart is still violating Connecticut tax laws.

Newsday is asking if Wal-Mart could be held liable for the Black Friday stampede.

King Kullen Grocery Company recently presented a check for $100,000 to Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York, an organization that finds adoptive and foster homes for children on Long Island and in New York City.

The NY Observer writes about the Garment Center rezoning, and NYC's promotion of unionized workforces.

Food Banks are being forced to partner with farms and fishermen.

Patterson was pretty upset over an SNL skit this weekend.

A Lawsuit accuses famous Chef and TV host of 'Top Chef' of wage & hour violations in NYC.

Newsday thinks Peter King could play spoiler in the vacant NY Senate seat.

McCain doesn't know if he'd support Palin for President.
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