Monday, January 26, 2009

Whole Foods case thrown out, NYC Horse Carriage drivers have joined the Teamsters, Wal-Mart now owns Chilean supermarket industry, Monday Morning...

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The Fresh Market is laying off some workers.

A 20 year family run bodega in the Bronx is closing.

An 11-member union at an ExxonMobil gas station in Montville signed a one-year contract Friday with the company as the state-owned property is being marketed for sale.

Whole Foods' lawsuit against the FTC was thrown out of court on Friday.

Wal-Mart now owns over 58% of the Chilean supermarket industry.

NYC horse carriage drives have joined the Teamsters.

Jesse Olson, a former union vice president who played a major role in building and expanding the nation’s largest health care workers’ local, 1199 S.E.I.U. United Healthcare Workers East in New York City, died on Monday in Monroe Township, N.J. He was 84.

Politics
Stuart Applebaum released a statement regarding the Gillibrand appointment.

Gillibrand also pledged to find a common ground on gun issues.

Her goal is to "fill Hillary Clinton's shoes."

Peter King wants Patterson to justify his selection,

A Daily News probe has discovered that King funneled money for man hole covers that Con-Ed didn't want.

Governor Patterson's political career is on life support.

$3.4 Billion to NYC?


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